Trevor Smith, 37, was the subject of a missing persons alert Sunday. Police confirmed Friday he is safe. (Photo courtesy of the Victoria Police Department)

UPDATED: Missing man now safe, say Victoria police

Thirty-seven-year-old was subject of alert on Sunday

A man police say was missing is now safe, according to Victoria police.

Trevor Smith, 37, was the subject of a missing persons alert Sunday. An update from the Victoria Police Department on Friday stated officers have confirmed he is safe.

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