Update: Missing Chambersburg Man Located, Safe in Jacksonville


CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. -  A missing Chambersburg native has been located and is safe according to police in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina. 

Officers confirmed that Justin Addlesberger, 24, was found in Jacksonville, Flordia Friday night.  They did not elaborate on the circumstances surrounding his disappearance.

Before being located, Addlesberger was last seen after he was dropped off at his Charleston apartment by a cab driver last week.  Since then, his family and friends had been very concerned, and spreading the word about his disappearance.

They say the Charleston Police Department has verified with that cab driver that Justin was dropped off at his apartment. Justin’s brother, Anthony Addlesberger says Justin was at a concert with friends last Friday night, and decided to leave early. Since then his family says he’s gone missing without a trace.

The man was first reported missing back on January 24, 2014.

“Police tracked his phone, and records show he didn't call anyone to come get him. We have his text messages about the days leading up and he was not in contact or conversation with anyone about leaving town. Justin’s last known location was about 12 miles north of his apartment in North Charleston,” said Anthony Addlesberger.

Justin grew up in Franklin County, and graduated from the Chambersburg Area High School in 2008. His family says he moved to Charleston back in October and things seemed to be going perfectly normal, until he was reported missing.

Justin's family said they were going to Jacksonville to pick him up.  They did not have any other details regarding the circumstances of his disappearance.  Stay with us for more details on this case as they become available.

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