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Man reported missing in NH found in New Jersey

New Hampshire Union Leader

March 12. 2018 11:39AM
William Masters 

MANCHESTER — Friends and family of a New Jersey man reported missing during a weekend trip to New Hampshire say he has been found safe in his Garden State home.

Londonderry relatives of William Masters, 61, had expected he would be arriving to visit them by Saturday afternoon, but friends and family told police over the weekend they lost contact with him after he stopped at a gas station on Harvey Road in Manchester Saturday morning, appearing disoriented while there, according to witnesses.

Masters had left his home in Franklin Township, N.J., early Friday morning, officials said.

On Sunday, friends and family of Masters posted on Facebook he was found at his New Jersey home.

“He’s home safe and sound,” posted John Stewart, a family friend. “I want to thank every person who has reached out to us, who has shared the posts and commented. Although this experience was terrifying for his family, it has truly shown me how amazing people can be. So many people who I haven’t spoken to in years, family, co-workers, associates,, family friends, anyone who knew his family, and even people who didn’t shared, prayed, and helped. So thank you everyone. You’ve set the standard how people can and should be towards each other and that there still are good people in this world.”

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