Missing West Englewood man found after more than a month

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Victor Hall | Chicago Police

A 25-year-old man who disappeared from the West Englewood neighborhood earlier this summer on the South Side has been found.

Victor Hall, who goes by “Little Victor” or “Main Main,” had been missing from the 2300 block of West 68th Street since Aug. 7, according to an alert from Chicago Police.

He has since been found safe, police said Saturday. No other details were released.

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