Cutler's brother-in-law missing in Utah

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Photo : Associated Press 

CHICAGO (AP) - Authorities in Utah are looking for Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler's brother-in-law, who went missing more than a week ago.

A 2014 Honda Civic registered to Michael Cavallari was found abandoned in Grand County, Utah on Nov. 27, according to a statement from the county sheriff's office. Authorities have been searching since for Cavallari, who is the brother of Kristin Cavallari, a reality television star and wife of Cutler.

Authorities said the driver of the abandoned vehicle was identified as Michael Cavallari from credit card receipts that led to a convenience store in Monticello, Utah, where they saw him in footage on the store's security system. Grand County is about 100 miles north of Monticello and 225 miles south of Salt Lake City.

The Deseret News reported that Cavallari's laptop and cell phone were found inside the car, which appeared to have hit a large rock on the side of the road. The vehicle's engine was running and its airbag was deployed.

"We're combing the area for anything we can find," Grand County Sheriff Steven White told the paper. "We're deeming it suspicious, but there's nothing to indicate anything one way or another. The vehicle was just abandoned.

Michael Cavallari lives in San Clemente, California. Grand County is about 100 miles north of Monticello and 225 miles south of Salt Lake City.

 

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