Colorado police are searching for a 23-year-old New Jersey man who vanished during a blizzard after downing at least 20 drinks at a bar in Breckenridge, a small ski resort town.
Alphonse Michael Barbiere, a Wall Street commodities trader, stumbled out of the bar at 1:30 a.m. Friday with a friend, according to The Denver Post.
When the friend lit a cigarette, Barbiere started walking down the street — in the opposite direction of the condo his family and friends were renting, the newspaper reported.
"He didn't say anything to anybody about where he was going," Breckenridge Assistant Police Chief Greg Morrison told the newspaper.
Police want to question three unidentified friends who were snapped in photos with Barbiere several hours before he disappeared, The Denver Post reported.
The Summit Daily News reported that Barbiere was also seen in photos dancing with a blonde woman, whom his family is trying to track down.
Barbiere's parents — who are offering a $10,000 reward for information that helps them find him — told The Star-Ledger they think he may have gotten into someone's car.
"He's not the kind of man to be out of touch," his mother, Christabel Barbiere, told the newspaper. ""He probably lost his way or became disoriented. Right now, it's a mysterious situation."