Persons of interest sought in connection with 62-year-old man's disappearance

Charles Ausiello, left, and Jolene Hibbs have been identified as persons of interest in the disappearance of 62-year-old David Rathbun. (Photos: LVMPD)

Police are looking for two people in connection with the case of a 62-year-old man reported missing in October.

The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department says David Rathbun was reported missing in October last year after family members hadn't heard from him in a month.

Detectives have now identified Charles Ausiello, 55, and Jolene Hibbs, 45, as people of interest, believing they could have information on Rathbun's disappearance.

Ausiello and Hibbs have outstanding warrants for fraud, forgery and grand larceny, and they are known to frequent the Boulder Highway corridor, according to LVMPD.

In the months that followed the missing person report, police say they also learned about several fraudulent ATM withdrawals made from Rathbun's accounts.

Detectives are looking for an unknown man who withdrew from Rathbun's account at a Wells Fargo ATM on Boulder Highway and Indios Road.

This person has been described as having a thin build and styled beard, and he was seen wearing a flat-billed hat and blue long-sleeve shirt.

Anyone with information about these individuals or the case is asked to contact LVMPD's homicide section at (702) 828-3521 or Crime Stoppers at (702) 385-5555.

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