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UPDATE: Missing Tucson man located safe

TPD: 20-year-old John Ritchie located safe. Source: Tucson Police Department TPD: 20-year-old John Ritchie located safe. Source: Tucson Police Department

The Tucson Police Department said 20-Year-Old John Ritchie has been located and is safe.

Sgt. Kimberly Bay, public information officer for TPD said that Ritchie was found at a Circle K gas station near Grant Road and Tucson Boulevard. He is now with his family.

Ritchie, who has Autism according to his family, was reported missing when he left his house in the 2600 block of N. Columbus Boulevard around 10:00 a.m. Sunday morning and never returned.

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