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On the morning of September 20, 2010, a maintenance worker for the Community Central Bank in Mount Clemens, Michigan, found the empty car of company CEO David Widlak in the parking lot. So the worker called the police after finding Widlak’s office in complete disarray.
For whatever reason, Widlak had bought a semiautomatic handgun several weeks before he went missing.
Whether Widlak bought it for self-defense or because he felt suicidal has never been established.
He was seen waiting at the door for 26 seconds and then walking out by himself.
Although they acknowledged that Widlak might have disappeared voluntarily, the authorities declared him a missing person.