Missing Loyola University student found safe

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Chan Williams. Photo from Chicago Police.

Chan Williams. Photo from Chicago Police.

A Loyola University Chicago student who was reported missing last week has been found safe.

Chan Williams, 20, had last been seen about 8 p.m. Friday entering the building at 500 S. LaSalle, according to Chicago Police and an email sent from Loyola campus police to students.

As of Tuesday, Williams has been located and is “doing well,” according to an email from campus police.

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