Fairfield man remains missing after extensive search efforts

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FAIRFIELD — Nearly a month of tireless search efforts have yet to locate 59-year-old Timothy “Timmy” Jettie of Fairfield, who was reported missing on Dec. 10.

The Vermont State Police and multiple rescue teams have scoured the area surrounding Castle Road and Menard Road in Fairfield following the disappearance of Jettie.

Despite the use of state-of-the-art technology and canine units, there has been no trace of him since the last confirmed sighting at Fairfield Market on Oct. 26.

A surveillance photo taken that day at the market on Vermont Route 36 shows Jettie sporting a beard, dressed in tan canvas pants, work boots, and a navy-blue sweatshirt emblazoned with the words “Cold Corner Mapleworks.”

Concerns for his welfare are mounting, given the unclear circumstances surrounding his disappearance.

Authorities are now reaching out to the community, urging anyone with game cameras or surveillance systems to check their footage from Oct. 26 to Dec. 10 for any appearances of Jettie.

Detective Sgt.

Angela Baker is leading the investigation and can be contacted with any information at the St. Albans Barracks, by phone at 802-524-5993.

Jettie is described as a white male, 5 feet 8 inches tall, weighing around 165 pounds with blue eyes and brown hair.

The search intensified after his four-wheeler was found abandoned on a trail between Menard Road and Castle Road.

The last reports from neighbors suggest he was last seen around Nov. 10.

The police have released surveillance and family photos of Jettie to aid the public in identifying him.

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