Missing Santa Cruz man found

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Updated: 3/16/2013 12:12 pm
UPDATE- 6:15PM - KSBW is reporting that Abraham befriended a man was traveling to the east coast, and they took a bus from San Francisco to Sparks.

They ended up in Salt Lake City, which is almost 800 miles from Scotts Valley, where Abraham is from.

The man Abraham befriended borrowed Abraham's cell phone and called Abraham's parents and police, KSBW says. Abraham's family is flying to Salt Lake City to bring Abraham back home.

(Courtesy of KSBW)
(Courtesy of KSBW)
UPDATE -6:05PM - Our NBC affiliate KSBW is reporting Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s Office found Matthew Austin Abraham in Salt Lake City. He is in custody of the Salt Lake City Police, and his medical condition is being evaluated.

SPARKS, Nev. (KRNV & MyNews4.com) -- A missing man from Santa Cruz may be in the Sparks area.

The man is believed to be suffering from a severe head injury and has been positively identified through surveillance video as being in the Sparks area.

Matt Abraham, 21, suffered a severe head injury on Mar. 9 after he fell some 60 feet off a train trestle into a sandbank while hiking at a state park in California. On Mar. 13, he disappeared and no one has seen him since, until a driver with Megabus possibly identified Abraham as taking a bus from the San Francisco area to Sparks.

Within the past hour, family members looked at surveillance video at the Sparks depot and positively identified the person in question as Matt Abraham.

He is described as 6-feet tall, weighs 150 pounds, has blond hair, and has hazel eyes.

His injury was to the left side of his head, so he may be confused and disoriented. The 13th was the very first day this route opened up to sparks.

Anyone with information on his whereabouts is urged to call 831-471-1121.

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