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Update:(06/13/2014) Larry Hutcherson was found safe Friday morning with relatives in Washington, according to KTVB. PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Oregon State Police say officers at an Eastern Oregon rest stop have found the belongings of a missing Utah man who hasn't been taking his medications and could be a threat to himself or others.
The police said Thursday he is 35-year-old Larry Hutcherson of West Jordan.
In a statement, the police said Hutcherson called his mother Tuesday and said he didn't know where he was.
He's reported in a green 2000 Ford Windstar van displaying Utah license Y420VF, and it may be westbound.
He is described as white, 5 foot 10 and 215 pounds, with brown hair, brown eyes and a dark complexion.
The police said "an extensive amount" of his possessions was found Thursday morning at an Interstate 84 rest stop in Baker County.
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