Connerjack Oswalt, a young man with autism who disappeared on September 28, 2019, in California, USA, has been found alive and in good health.
The disappearance of the teen, who was 16 years old, was reported on September 29 of the same year, and was discovered in Summit County, Utah on April 9 this year. Oswalt was located by local residents, when they told local authorities that there was a homeless person in the area.
The local police managed to contact the young man and take his fingerprints. The results helped realize that he is wanted by the authorities. “After about 16 pages of digging through the names and photos and trying to find something that might match, the name, Connerjack Oswalt, came up,” Sheriff Martinez told Fox 13 News.
After identifying him, the authorities contacted the family, and Konerjak’s stepfather told the same TV station: “Honestly, I’m still dumbfounded by the situation. Finding him alive is incredible.” “We are grateful that he is safe and alive and that we have our son. This is the most important thing for us,” said Susan, the young man’s mother.
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