Update: Man, 56, missing from Joliet located

A 56-year-old man who has developmental disabilities and was reported missing Thursday has been located.

Michael Anderson was reported missing after he left the Cornerstone Services, an agency that provides services to individuals with disabilities, officials said.

Anderson had expressed interest in train travel and officials at Cornerstone believed he may have taken the Metra train from Joliet to Chicago.

"We are asking everybody for help. Michael has health issues and we need to address his medical needs as quickly as possible," said Cornerstone President and CEO Ben Stortz.

Anderson was described as a black man with a slim build. He is 6 feet tall, officials said.

As of 1:15 p.m. Monday, police told officials at the agency that Anderson was found.

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