UPDATED: Missing Victoria man located safe after not being seen for several weeks

Matthew Dunning is six-foot with brown hair and eyes, and a distinctive chin scar

Matthew Dunning is described as a 25-year-old mixed race man standing six feet tall, with an average build. He has brown hair and brown eyes and a distinctive scar on his chin.(VicPD handout)

Missing man Matthew Dunning has been located safe, according to the Victoria Police Department.

Dunning was the subject of a missing person alert on Tuesday.

VicPD said Dunning was reported missing after not being seen for several weeks. He was located by officers and is safe.

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Matthew Dunning is described as a 25-year-old mixed race man standing six feet tall, with an average build. He has brown hair and brown eyes and a distinctive scar on his chin.(VicPD handout)

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