Robert Hoagland

Robert Hoagland Missing, missing from Newton, Connecticut.

Robert Hoagland Missing, missing from Newton, Connecticut.

Robert Hoagland has been reported missing, he was last seen in Newton, Connecticut on July 28, 2013.

After leaving his family house in the morning, on Glen Road in the town’s Sandy Hook section, a day before he was supposed to pick up his wife at the JFK airport. He Disappeared.

On the morning of July 28, 2013, Hoagland drove to the Bagel Delight shop to buy bagels for breakfast. Later that morning a security camera at the Mobil gas station on Church Hill Road near Interstate 84 captured Hoagland in the store at 6:45 a.m.

He was seen approaching the counter to pay for gas, and he also bought a map of the eastern United States with a credit card before driving back home.

Upon returning home, Hoagland ate breakfast with his son Max before playing three Scrabble games online, texting some messages, and paying some bills.

A neighbor witnessed the father and son talking on the lawn.

His wife landed at JFK airport at 4:00 p.m. on July 29, 2013, but Hoagland was nowhere to be seen. Text messages and calls to his cell phone and home went unanswered.

After two hours of waiting, she left to visit a relative’s home in Brooklyn, but grew concerned upon receiving a call from Hoagland’s boss’s wife saying he was absent at the law firm that day.

Lori returned to their family home in Newton, but her husband and son were nowhere to be found. Hoagland’s car, a Mini Cooper, was still parked in the driveway.

According to information, Robert left behind his cellphone, keys, passport, and his blood pressure medication in his office. His dirty clothes were found in the laundry, and he took no personal belongings with him.

Robert Hoagland is described as:

  • Name: Robert Hoagland
    Age: 49 years old
    Last seen: July 28, 2013
    Location: Newton, Connecticut
    Status: Still Missing

The circumstances surrounding his disappearance are unclear, and his case is currently classified as a missing person. His case remains unsolved.