Minnesota man with dementia who went missing found safe

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Jeffery Brauche | Chicago Police

A 66-year-old Minnesota man with dementia who went missing Friday while in town to visit his daughter in the Noble Square neighborhood has been found safe.

Jeffery Brauche was last seen in the 1300 block of North Bosworth, according to Chicago Police. He was wearing a blue winter jacket, brown leather shoes, a blue-and-red Minnesota Twins winter hat and glasses.

Police said Sunday morning that Brauche had been found safe.

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