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UPDATE: Missing College Station man found in Mexico

COLLEGE STATION, TX (KXXV) - College Station police say a College Station man who was thought to be missing since December 25, is in Mexico working with a local church.

Last week, police announced Brendan John Boyd had been missing since December 25th. Co-workers hadn't heard from Boyd and a missing persons report was not filed until December 29th. Police say Boyd works in College Station, but has ties to the Abilene area. It was initially believed that Boyd may have been traveling there on Christmas day.

On Monday, police confirmed the 2007 Ford Mustang, Boyd was believed to be in, was located in Laredo.

On Thursday, College Station police received information that Boyd was in Mexico working with a local church. Friends of Boyd received the information from a Facebook page related to Boyd's disappearance.

Police contacted a representative of the church in the U.S., who verified that Boyd was with their church in Mexico. Thursday night, a close friend of Boyd received a phone call from Boyd. Boyd said he was okay and working in Mexico. His friend told Boyd to call police to let them know he was okay.

Boyd later called Laredo PD and let them know he was working in Mexico.

Boyd has been removed from the missing persons database.
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