Conn. man goes missing while heading to SPAC for concert

Jason Czech (The Branford Seven)

SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. (NEWS10) – The family of a missing Connecticut man is asking for your help.

Jason Czech, of Branford, Conn., was last seen on Friday on his way from Connecticut to the concert. His family said they haven’t been in contact with him since July 2.

NEWS10 ABC’s Sam DiMascio spoke with Jason’s sister Amy Czech.

She says her bother texted the friend he was supposed to meet up with at the concert at 8:15 p.m. saying he had to bail. Amy says her brother didn’t give a reason and that they had the plans for some time, so it didn’t make sense.

His last credit card transaction was Friday night at 8:30 p.m. at a bar in Hartford. That’s some 45 minutes from where his sister lives.

She says they have him on camera and it seems like he may have been waiting for someone. She also says two concession workers at SPAC claim to have served beer to someone fitting his description. And, she got a report that someone who looks like Czech was seen Sunday in Rexford.

“He doesn’t drink excessively. He doesn’t have a drug problem. In fact, he’s very anti-drug. It’s all out of character,” Amy said. “However, sometimes he sells his tickets, so may be that’s what was going on.”

His sister says they’ve called every hospital and have been in touch with police agencies from Banford to Saratoga Springs and there is no trace of her brother or his car.

Czech is a 39-year-old white male. He is described as 6’2” and weighs about 240 pounds. He has short, red hair; green eyes; and close cropped, red goatee style beard. His clothing description is unknown.

Czech operates a gray 2003 Honda Accord with Connecticut registration 865 SJE.

Anyone with information is asked to contact police at (203) 481-4241 or by calling Branford’s Crime Tip Line at (203) 315-3909 to remain anonymous.

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