Missing 86-year-old from Morton Grove found safe: police

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Panagiotis N. Gianaris | Morton Grove police

An elderly man who went missing Friday from northwest suburban Morton Grove has been found.

Panagiotis N. Gianaris, 86, left his home about 7:30 a.m. and was planning to travel to Park Ridge, according to a missing person alert from Morton Grove police.

Police canceled the alert early Saturday, saying Gianaris had been located in Germantown, Wisconsin and was in good health.

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