Man, 36, found safe after going missing from Back of the Yards

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Angelo Guerrero | Chicago police

Police announced Sunday that a man who was reported missing earlier this month from the Back of the Yards neighborhood has been found safe

Angelo Guerrero, 36, had last been seen Feb. 2 and was reported missing from the 4800 block of South Halsted, according to a previous alert from Chicago police.

On Sunday morning, police said Guerrero had been “safely located” but provided no additional information.

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