8 Women Come Forward; Still No Clues To Missing Man

$10,000 Offered For Info On Missing Man In Breckenridge

Police have now spoken to eight women and three men who were spotted with a missing man at a bar before he disappeared, but investigators still have no clues to his whereabouts.

Alphonse "Michael" Barbiere, 23, has been missing since early Friday when friends said he left a bar in blizzard conditions after having at least 20 drinks. Barbiere, who is from New Jersey, was vacationing with friends in the ski resort town of Breckenridge.

On Tuesday, police released eight pictures of women they wanted to talk to regarding his disappearance. All of eight of the women came forward on Wednesday and talked to police, but investigators said they are not anywhere closer to solving the case.

Police have already interviewed three men who were spotted with Barbiere at the bar that night.

Investigators do not suspect any of the men or women of foul play.

Barbiere's older brother, Bob, said his family is offering $10,000 to anyone with information on his whereabouts.

Authorities are trying to reconstruct Barbiere's movements and are interested in talking to the women and men who may have seen him to see if they can help in the investigation.

About 60 searchers and three dogs looked for Barbiere on Sunday. Breckenridge Assistant Police Chief Greg Morrison announced Monday that the search was suspended.

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