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Cuillo missing, last seen in Old Town Scottsdale

Posted 7/19/21

The Scottsdale Police Department has taken a missing person’s report for Robert “Bobby” Cuillo, stemming from his disappearance on July 17, at about 1 a.m.

Scottsdale spokesman …

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First Responders

Cuillo missing, last seen in Old Town Scottsdale

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The Scottsdale Police Department has taken a missing person’s report for Robert “Bobby” Cuillo, stemming from his disappearance on July 17, at about 1 a.m.

Scottsdale spokesman Aaron Bolin says 1 a.m. is the last time his friends and roommates saw him near Wasted Grain, 7295 E. Stetson Drive, in Scottsdale.

“We had investigators following up on leads and examining video from businesses in the area where he was last seen,” Bolin told the Independent.

“Robert’s family and friends are monitoring his social media and other accounts for any activity that could assist in finding him. According to family and friends, it is unusual for him to be out of contact like this.”

Cuillo has been entered as a missing adult in the National Crime Information Computer and Arizona Crime Information Computer systems. Bolin said, if law enforcement contacts him and run a check with his personal information, the Scottsdale PD could be notified of his whereabouts.

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