41-year-old man missing from Orland Park found safe

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James Keller | Orland Park police

A 41-year-old man who was reported missing nearly two weeks ago from southwest suburban Orland Park has been found safe.

James Keller was reported missing by his family on Feb. 6, according to Orland Park police. They had not seen or been able to contact him for a few days, and he had not reported for work at the Target store in Orland Park.

Keller went missing “voluntarily” and was found Wednesday at a motel in south suburban Worth, police said.

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