Police confirm 22-year-old man missing since Oct. 9 found safe

Police confirm 22-year-old man missing since Oct. 9 found safe

(Salt Lake City Police Department)


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SALT LAKE CITY — Salt Lake police confirmed Sunday night that a 22-year-old man with Type 1 diabetes who had been missing since Oct. 9 was found safe. The Salt Lake City Police Department tweeted the update but provided no details other than the man was safe.

Police said Taylor Rose was last seen Oct. 9 running from his mother’s car near the South Towne Mall in Sandy. Rose has Type 1 diabetes and requires "multiple injections daily,” police said. He did not have his medication with him," according to police. He also has a diagnosed mental illness.

A week had passed before Salt Lake police were notified the man was missing.

Rose was visiting Utah from New Mexico and is not familiar with the area, police said.

He had been listed on National Crime Information Center as a missing endangered adult.

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