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UPDATE: Missing Grovetown man found safe

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Missing: Christopher James Glenn Missing: Christopher James Glenn
GROVETOWN, GA (WFXG) -

UPDATE: Grovetown investigators say Christopher Glenn was found safe Friday.

The Grovetown Department of Public Safety needs your help finding a missing man.

Christopher James Glenn was last seen on June 20 around 7:30 pm.  He is Diabetic and without medication.

Glenn is described as a white male, 43 yrs old, 5'07" tall and 215 pounds.  He is believed to be driving a 2007 Mazda CX7, blue in color, GA tag BRK6646.  

If you have any information contact the Grovetown Dept. of Public Safety at 706 863-1212 or your local law enforcement agency.

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