GRANTS PASS, Ore. —
UPDATE: An autistic Grants Pass man formerly identified as "missing and endangered" has been found in Nevada, according to a statement from the Josephine County Sheriff's Office (JCSO).
Robert Hurley made contact with Nevada law enforcement for "non-criminal purposes" recently, telling them that he'd left Josephine County willingly. Hurley is no longer being considered a missing person.
"The Sheriff’s Office would like to thank the public and other law enforcement agencies who assisted with locating Hurley," JCSO said.
(Updated 12/11/18 at 4 p.m.)
INITIAL REPORT: The Josephine County Sheriffs Department is looking for a missing and endangered person. The Sheriffs Office says Robert Hurley was last seen leaving his home in Grants Pass in the early afternoon on December 4th.
He was last seen wearing glasses, a Boston Celtics green sweatshirt, blue jeans and white tennis shoes. He is described as autistic.
He was driving a light blue Mazda 3 with a Nevada license plate 415NR.
If you've seen him, contact the Josephine County Sheriff's Office: (541) 474-5123.
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