Missing Michigan man spotted in Elgin found in Wisconsin

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John Egan | Monroe County Sheriff’s Department

A man missing from southeast Michigan who was spotted Tuesday afternoon in the northwest suburbs was found by authorities in Wisconsin.

John Patrick Egan, 69, was seen about 1 p.m. at a Pride store in Elgin, according to a missing person alert from the Monroe County Sheriff’s Department in Michigan.

Egan had been missing since Monday, authorities said.

On Tuesday night, the sheriff’sdepartment announced he was located in Eau Claire, Wisconsin.

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