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Poway family finds son who mysteriously disappeared

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POWAY (CNS/CBS 8) - A North County teenager reported missing after he failed to show up at school for a graduation practice nearly a month ago has been located and "is fine," sheriff's officials said Monday.

Atticus Van Arsdale, 18, was last seen by his family about 9 p.m. on June 11, according to the sheriff's department. He was located Sunday in Carpenteria near Santa Barbara.

There were no signs of criminal involvement in Van Arsdale's disappearance, which was being considered a "voluntary missing adult" case, sheriff's officials said.

Van Arsdale's family says they don't know why he disappeared, or what his plan was.

 

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