Missing man found safe - Tucson News Now

Missing man found safe

Ray Eagle (Source: Tucson Police Department) Ray Eagle (Source: Tucson Police Department)

TUCSON (Tucson News Now) - A vulnerable man missing since last week is back home and safe.

Tucson Police say Ray Eagle, 59, contacted family members to pick him up over the weekend.  He disappeared last Tuesday after leaving a family member's home on North Camino Seco.

Eagle has significant medical issues which may have altered his judgment, police say.

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