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Missing Langley man turns up in Prince George

A 65-year-old south Langley man missing since Oct. 19 has turned up in Prince George alive.

William Fraser Brown checked into the Prince George RCMP detachment on Monday. It isn't known why he left Langley or how he ended up in Prince George considering his vehicle was still parked at his house. His cellphone had also been left behind, said police.

Langley RCMP had done an extensive search for Brown and Fraser Valley Search and Rescue set up base near his house and looked for him in torrential downpours for two days.

His family and friends said it was totally out of character for Brown to go missing and they were very concerned for his well being. His family had heard he had been spotted in Prince George on the weekend.

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