Alec Baldwin has appeared in a small Vermont village just days after the on-set tragedy filming of “Rust,” shocking local shop owners.
The proprietor of The Italian Market, Chris Stannard, told Fox News on Thursday that Baldwin, 63, was on foot Monday, picking up a food order nearby.
“Monday afternoon he was there,” Stannard confirmed to us. “I was taking out my trash outside and my acquaintance that works there said, ‘You won’t believe who was just in here!’ He told me and my jaw dropped.”
TMZ first shared a photo of the family getting takeout near the restaurant.
Stannard said he has not “physically” seen Baldwin or his wife, Hilaria, and their children, although photos surfaced early Thursday of them standing outside the pizza shop.
The business owner added that it’s a “little crazy” that Baldwin ended up in the small, family-friendly vacation town to hunker down in the aftermath of the shooting, given that it’s not exactly a spot too many high-profile figures pass through often.