Man with epilepsy missing from Albany Park has been ‘located’

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A man suffering from epilepsy who was reported missing from the Albany Park neighborhood on the North Side on Friday has been located, according to police.

Matthew Clark, 20, was last seen near the 5100 block of North Avers, according to a missing person alert from Chicago Police. Clark has epilepsy and did not have medication, police said.

On Monday afternoon, police said Clark had been “located,” but offered no further details.

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