Man, 81, found after being reported missing from Bronzeville

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Woodrow Slaughter | Chicago Police

An 81-year-old man who had been reported missing from the South Side Bronzeville neighborhood has been found.

Woodrow Slaughter was last seen Sunday in the area near 38th Street and King Drive, Chicago Police said.

Police announced Friday that Slaughter had been located.

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