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Michael Ketley… found.
MICHAEL Ketley has been found safe after he went missing more than three years ago, police report.
The 64-year-old was declared missing by police earlier this month.
At the time police said that Michael, in early 2018, headed to northern NSW or Queensland “for a change” and hadn’t been seen or heard from since.
They said he was last seen on his bicycle leaving a house in Hawker in January 2018.
It was not described as out of character for Michael to be uncontactable for long periods, and was reported missing by family in December.
After being unable to locate the man, police provided information to the publication on his disappearance and he has since been found.
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