Vital Statistics at Time of Disappearance
Details of Disappearance
Chacon was last seen between 8:00pm and 9:00pm at his residence in the vicinity of the 300 block of West Main Street in Montrose, CO. His car, a new Kia, was parked at the residence. All his belongings were at his home.
Tony, an employee of Russell Stover Candy in Montrose, failed to show up for work at a job heíd held for close to 15 years. This was out of character for the hardworking factory employee. He had no known financial or personal problems, mental health issues and wasnít the type to just leave without telling anyone.
Chaconís half-brother, Chris Salazar made the formal missing personís report after a cousin who also worked at the candy factory found out Chacon hadnít been at work for a few days. Salazar said he checked his brotherís residence. He noticed a few minor details that didnít fit with how Tony kept his home. Tony had recently acquired the Kia and had paid off his home. He was planning a trip to see family members and seemed happy with life. He had no known enemies.
According to family members he is quiet, decent, responsible, and has good morals and values and good friends who cares about him.
If you have any information concerning this case, please contact:
Montrose Police Department
Colorado Bureau of Investigations
Montrose Daily Press, The (CO) - Thursday, March 8, 2007