Kentucky man reported missing during trip to Chicago located

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Samuel Malone | Chicago Police

A Kentucky man who was reported missing Saturday during a trip to Chicago has been found, according to Chicago Police.

Samuel Malone, 31, was on a weekend trip to the city when he went missing from the South Side, according to an alert from police.

Police said Malone was located, but provided no further information.

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