LANSDALE, Pa. - A Montgomery Co. family has been reunited with a family member who was missing nearly a month.
Lansdale police said 55-year-old Michael Patrick Malone had been missing since around 11:30 a.m. on May 31.
His family last saw him leaving the Stanbridge Apartments in Lansdale.
Police said a concerned citizen contacted them to report seeing a man matching Malone's description at the Lansdale train station.
Police took Malone from the train station back to the police station, where his family was contacted.
On Friday, family members told police that Malone, who lives with another family member in an apartment at Stanbridge, was seen wearing a gray T-shirt, blue sweatpants and carrying a white bag.
His car keys and car were left behind and he hasn't been seen or heard from since.
He may be despondent regarding recent personal issues, police said.
He is 6 feet 1 inch tall, 220 pounds, and has gray receding hair, a moustache and a panther tattoo on his forearm.
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