UPDATE: Missing Prince George man found - WBRC FOX6 News - Birmingham, AL

UPDATE: Missing Prince George man found

Source: Prince George Police Department Source: Prince George Police Department

A man who went missing in Prince George, is back home. William Clatterbuck, 65, reunited with his family early Sunday evening. Clatterbuck was ultimately recognized at a Shell gas station off Rives Road. No one had heard from Clatterbuck, all throughout Saturday night. His family frantically searched for him. 

After a long night of looking, Clatterbuck's children, and other relatives are grateful to see their father again. Clatterbuck had been missing since he left for work the night before. Cynthia Clatterbuck, his wife, begged anyone who might have seen her husband, to call for help.

"If they see him, could they please contact the police department with any information they have. I'd like to know that he's okay…It's not normal for him," said Cynthia Clatterbuck, emotionally.

The store clerk at the gas station had recognized William, and contacted the family.

"Just an array of emotions," said April Jones, William Clatterbuck's daughter.

Clatterbuck's family says he was recently diagnosed with emphysema, and has been in and out of the hospital.

"His oxygen level has been getting down extremely low, and he has blacked out driving," relayed Cynthia. They say this has caused him both physical and emotional difficulties.

"We're going to be there for him...whatever support he needs," added April.

The Clatterbuck family wants to thank police and everyone involved in helping them search for their father.

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