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Victor Rivera | Aurora police

Missing Aurora man found ‘safe and sound’

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A man who went missing after leaving his west suburban Aurora home Thursday morning has been found.

Victor Rivera, 59, left his home about 7 a.m. in the 1000 block of Front Street, according to a statement from Aurora police. He has since been “located safe and sound.”

After police posted a missing person alert about Rivera on the department’s Facebook page, someone spotted him walking on Aurora’s Far South East Side and called 911, according to Aurora police spokesman Dan Ferrelli.


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