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The CDC says missing worker was passed over for a promotion

ATLANTA – A month after an employee of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has disappeared, the federal agency says that he hopes that he will soon find.

The Atlanta police have said: nobody has heard of the 35-year-old Timothy Cunningham since Feb. 12.

The CDC said Monday that the reports Cunningham was recently passed up for a promotion, are incorrect. The statement said Cunningham was given an “exceptional capability promotion,” July 1, to the position of commander, an early promotion as a result of his “excellence” as an employee.

The CDC says that working with Cunningham’s family and urges anyone with information to call the police. Cunningham’s parents reported him missing Feb. 16 after going to his house and find his belongings and vehicle.

The police earlier said that they have no evidence of cheating, but can not exclude.

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