Police have widened their investigation into the disappearance of Connecticut couple Jeffrey and Jeannette Navin as their son, Kyle, has also suddenly disappeared.

The flamboyant couple silently slipped away after the courts ruled they must repay more than AUS $3 million in unpaid mortgage repayments.

The couple were last seen on Tuesday the 4th of August. Relatives reported them missing three days later.

HSBC decided to foreclose on the Navins’ AUS $3.1 million Guilford home because of unpaid debts. The couple also had outstanding electricity bills worth AUS $200,000.

Despite the curious timing of their disappearances the couple’s bank accounts have remained untouched.

On Sunday 9th police found their car abandoned and vandalised. Sources close to the investigation said ‘evidence’ was found in some of the rubbish trucks belonging to the Navins’ J & J Refuse business. This ‘evidence’ was enough for authorities to double the resources assigned to the case.

But on Wednesday, as chronicled in the Hartford Courant,  the State Police and Major Crimes Division dropped another bombshell: Kyle, the Navins’ son was identified as a person of interest.

Upon the announcement reporters and television crews surrounded the Bridgeport home. Kyle 27 years-old, is listed as the operations manager at the J & J Refuse family company.

But yesterday he also was announced as missing.

According to the Hartford Courant Kyle was questioned by detectives two weeks ago.

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