UPDATE: missing Somerset man with brain injury found safe


SOMERSET, Ky. (WTVQ)- A Somerset man previously missing has been found safe Wednesday evening, according to Somerset Police.

Officers say 62-year-old Elza Debord from Burnside was last seen Tuesday morning near 35 Turpin Court in Somerset.

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Somerset Police put out a Golden Alert for Debord because officers say he suffers from a brain injury and needs medication.

Soon after the alert was released, Debord was found.

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