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Missing Clarksville man found OK

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Jerry Michael Salazar-Mantilla Jerry Michael Salazar-Mantilla
CLARKSVILLE, TN (WSMV) -

Clarksville police report a man who was missing since Oct. 2 has been found and is OK.

According to police, Jerry Michael Salazar-Mantilla, 40, left the house in a 2000 maroon Dodge Caravan on Oct. 2. He was leaving to run errands along Madison Street and never returned, Salazar-Mantilla's roommate told police.

The license plate for the caravan was Tennessee 651 XVM.

Salazar-Mantilla was last seen in blue jeans, a gray T-shirt and boots.

Police reported about 1:20 p.m. Friday that Salazar-Mantilla had been found.

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