Michele Quacquarelli, 42, from Terlizzi who died in Rome on 6 January 2022: appeal for searches

He was in Rome for a vacation with his family and some friends, but yesterday afternoon, Thursday 6 January, he was lost track. As Romatoday reports, Michele Quacquarelli, 42, born in Terlizzi, in the province of Bari, was at the Trevi fountain when he got lost. To extend and support his research, including in the press, the Rome Police Headquarters has released a photo of the man.

>>> UPDATE: THE MAN HAS BEEN FOUND <<<

Michele Quacquarelli, at the time of his disappearance, was wearing gray trousers, a blue jacket and glasses. He has black hair and is 1 meter 73 centimeters tall. He is very thin. “He smokes a lot, it’s an important detail”, they explain to the police.

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Michele Quacquarelli Terlizzi died Rome January appeal searches

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