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Missing, endangered Provo man found

Missing, endangered Provo man found

(Courtesy of the Provo Police Department)


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PROVO — A man with a traumatic brain injury who had been missing since Tuesday was found Wednesday afternoon.

Jose Alberto Gonzalez-Lopez, 45, was located around 2 p.m., although the circumstances surrounding his disappearance were not immediately released. Provo police said the man is in good health.

Gonzalez-Lopez had last been seen near 700 N. 200 East in Provo at about 4:30 p.m., according to the Provo Police Department. He was considered to be an endangered missing adult because he doesn’t know much English and has medication needs, police said.

“Jose is very outgoing and can engage in conversation, but would have difficulty finding his way back home alone,” a post on the Provo police Facebook page reads.

More details about his disappearance will be posted as they become available.

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Natalie Crofts

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