UPDATED: Missing high-risk Victoria man found safe

Police said the man was found safe on Jan. 2

VicPD officers issued a public plea to locate high-risk missing man Lukas Ross on Jan. 1. (VicPD handout)

A missing, high-risk Victoria man has been found safe.

On Jan. 2, the Victoria Police Department said 28-year-old Lukas Ross was found.

He was reported missing by police on Jan. 1 and was described as a Caucasian man, five-foot-eight with an athletic build and weighing about 185 pounds. Ross has brown hair, brown eyes and often wears a short beard, police said.

He had last been seen in the Jubilee neighbourhood on Dec. 31, 2019 around 4 p.m. Police said the man suffers from a medical condition.

“Thank you for sharing his images and information. You’ve helped bring this file to a positive conclusion,” VicPD said on Thursday.

READ ALSO: UPDATED: Missing high-risk Victoria teen found safe



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VicPD officers issued a public plea to locate high-risk missing man Lukas Ross on Jan. 1. (VicPD handout)

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