Missing man found safe overnight
admin on December 18th, 2012
The Gainesville Police Department was able to find 23-year-old Michael Koleber overnight.
Koleber had been missing since 1 p.m. on Tuesday. He was found safe.
In a release, GPD said Koleber is mentally disabled and walked away from his group home after an argument with staff. He was last seen wearing a tan jacket with black stripes, blue jean shorts and glasses. He also has “AR” shaved into the back of his head. He had last been seen at 1300 West University Avenue.
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