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Logan man missing a week found safe
First Published Mar 24 2012 01:54 pm • Last Updated Mar 24 2012 01:54 pm

A Logan man who disappeared nearly a week ago has been found in good shape.

Assistant Police Chief Jeff Curtis said the family of Murray Ellis Hill, 39, told police Friday night that Hill called them.

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"He has been located and he is alright," Curtis said. He did not elaborate on the man’s condition or where he was found.

Hill had been missing since he left his home March 18. He didn’t indicate he was planning to leave for a prolonged period and didn’t pack any bags, police said.

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