Missing Southbury Man’s Home is Now a Crime Scene
Since April 16, 63-year-old Mark Gasso has not been seen. News 12 Connecticut is reporting that Gasso's Berkshire Road home is considered a crime scene by police.
Gasso's family told News 12 they haven't seen or heard from him in over two weeks. What is truly puzzling is when Gasso's family asked some of his co-workers to check his home, they discovered his phone and wallet along with a running shower and the TV still on.
That's when Southbury Police and CT State Police were called in to help with the investigation. Both departments searched the area around his wooded property and Lake Zoar, which is not far from Gasso's home.
Gasso's family claims they have no idea where he might be or why he disappeared. The question is, why has Gasso's home become a crime scene? During a live newscast on News 12 Connecticut, reporter Mark Sudol said the family told him that Gasso was depressed and had been drinking.
Mark Gasso's family is pleading for your help by asking if you have any piece of information that will help locate him, call the Southbury Police Department at 203-264-5912. The family has also put up posters describing him as 5'11 inches, bald, hazel eyes, and weighing 185 pounds. He also walks with a slight limp.