New photo released of Toronto firefighter who went missing

New York State Police say they can't confirm details that had been circulating about missing Toronto firefighter, Danny Filippidis.

He went missing six days ago from a ski resort on Whiteface Mountain, and was later found in Sacramento California.

Police did say that Filippidis was found wearing his ski gear in California but wouldn't comment on how the 49-year-old father of two, made his way there.

Earlier, American authorities say they suspect a Toronto fire captain who went missing in New York and was found in California may have received a head injury at some point during his journey across the country.

Sgt. Shaun Hampton with the Sacramento County Sheriff's Department says Constantinos (Danny) Filippidis was showing signs of serious memory loss when he called police from the city airport on Tuesday morning identifying himself as someone missing from New York.

The route 49-year-old Filippidis took to get there from the ski slope in Lake Placid, N.Y., where he went missing six days earlier, however, remains a mystery.

Hampton says Filippidis told police he got a ride to downtown Sacramento in a big rig, but did not remember details of the vehicle or the circumstances leading to his departure.

He also says Filippidis told police he recalled getting a haircut and buying an iPhone before calling authorities, but could not remember details of how he got out to the Sacramento airport.

Hampton says Filippidis showed no signs of impairment, is not facing any charges,

Police in New York also say it doesn't appear any charges will be laid.