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UPDATE: 23-year-old man missing from Florence County gas station found safe

FLORENCE, SC (WMBF) - The Florence County Sheriff’s Office reports a missing person has been located and is safe. Michael Sawyer Bartlett, 23, who was last seen at the Pilot Travel Station at 2016 West Lucas Street in Florence at about 2 P.M. Tuesday, has been found.

According to an email from Maj. Michael Nunn, Bartlett is from Milledgeville, Georgia, and has been located.

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