The statement comes weeks after the February 27 briefing by Maj.
Anyone with information on his disappearance is urged to call 911 or the Atlanta Police Homicide/Adult Missing Persons Unit at 404-546-4235.
That is now in apparent dispute by the CDC. "The objective of that meeting was to explain a promotion he did not receive to branch manager", he said.
Adding even more mystery to the freaky case, Chris Torry, a neighbor of Cunningham's, told WAGA that the CDC employee made a unusual request a few days before he disappeared. Michael O'Connor said. "He had actually called in sick the two previous workdays". "He told several co-workers that he was and that he was expecting this promotion". However, the CDC said February 27 that the epidemiologist had received a promotion, but was upset that it wasn't the one he wanted, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported.
CDC continues to work closely with the family, Atlanta Police Department, and others in the continuing search for CDR Cunningham.
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Cunningham's keys, phone, wallet and identification were found at his home after he vanished.
Cunningham is an epidemiologist at the Atlanta-based federal agency.
"He tells the supervisor that he's not feeling particularly well", Atlanta police Maj. "If anyone reading this has information about the whereabouts of Commander Cunningham, please come forward", Dr. Schuchat said Monday.
The article said he was continuing on his family's path into the medical field; his father was an Air Force nurse for 30 years, and his mother worked for the state health department as a program manager.
Cunningham reportedly made a peculiar comment to his next door neighbor a day before his disappearance. Over and above any of his assignments at CDC, his early promotion within the USPHS reflects his excellence as an officer and an employee. "We want him to return to his loved ones and his work - doing what he does best as a CDC disease detective - protecting people's health".