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>> It's been two weeks and the whereabouts of CDC doctor, Timothy Cunningham, are still a mystery. Police are back in his Atlanta neighborhood looking for clues. The Harvard educated epidemiologist who worked at the Centers for Disease Control, left work sick on February 12th, he never came back. His parents drove from Maryland to Atlanta, after not hearing from their son for several days.
They found his wallet, car, and pet dog still at home. Police are now offering a $10,000 reward for information on the 35 year olds' disappearance.>> We are hopeful that with the money, and the press that would be associated with that, could perhaps bring to memorance something that someone may have forgotten.
>> Cunningham is a well respected employee at the CDC, who was working on the Ebola outbreak, and the Zika virus. Police do not suspect foul play, but they say they are exploring all possibilities. Family and friends have set up a GoFundMe page in hopes of doubling the reward to $20,000.