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Biloxi Police: Missing man found safe

A missing man has been found safe just hours after Biloxi Police sent out pictures asking for the public's help finding him. (Source: Biloxi Police Dept.) A missing man has been found safe just hours after Biloxi Police sent out pictures asking for the public's help finding him. (Source: Biloxi Police Dept.)
Charles Richard Allen Banes III, 33, was last seen Friday near Treasure Bay Casino, but was finally located Monday afternoon. (Source: Biloxi Police Dept.) Charles Richard Allen Banes III, 33, was last seen Friday near Treasure Bay Casino, but was finally located Monday afternoon. (Source: Biloxi Police Dept.)
BILOXI, MS (WLOX) -

A missing man has been found safe just hours after Biloxi Police sent out pictures asking for the public's help finding him. 


Charles Richard Allen Banes III, 33, was last seen Friday near Treasure Bay Casino. Officials said even though no foul play was suspected, they were concerned for Banes because he is a severe diabetic and did not have medications. 


Shortly before 5pm, Biloxi Police announced that Banes had been located.

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