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Silver Alert canceled after Phoenix man missing for months found safe

Feb 22, 2017, 9:35 AM | Updated: 9:39 am
(Phoenix Police Department Photo)
(Phoenix Police Department Photo)

PHOENIX — A Silver Alert was canceled Wednesday morning after a Phoenix man who had been missing for months was found safe.

The Arizona Department of Public Safety said Manuel Roy Smith was found at a convenience store near 35th and Peoria avenues.

Smith was reported missing Sept. 10 near Third Avenue and McDowell Road.

He suffers from a variety of medical conditions that may cause him to appear confused or disoriented.

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Silver Alert canceled after Phoenix man missing for months found safe