Matthew has been found safe

Update: Matthew has been found safe.

Police in the Commonwealth of Kentucky need the help of the public locating a missing adult. 43 year old Matthew Arthur Tommasini was last seen between 6:30 and 7:00 pm on the evening of Thursday, November 28, 2019 when he left his home in Louisville, Kentucky, on foot with only a small backpack. Authorities are sharing his information because they are concerned about him.

Matthew, who goes by the nickname Matt, is described as a white male with brown hair, which was recently closely shaved. Matt's hairline is deeply receded with a bald spot.

When his hair grown out, Matthew's hair is curly and coarse brown peppered with gray throughout. Matthew stands 5'3" to 5'4" tall and weighing 100 to 100 pounds.

Matthew had a short mustache and goatee when he disappeared and sometimes wears small, oval, wire-rimmed eyeglasses that transition to sunglasses in bright light.

When last seen, Matthew was wearing a red San Francisco 49ers buttoned jacket with black leather sleeves, khaki pants, and blue and white sneakers that might be New Balance.

If you have seen Matthew or have any information about him, please contact Bill Clark, Missing Person Detective with the Louisville Metro Police Department at (502) 574-7111 and reference case number 80-19-088-742.

If you have five seconds, copy and paste this PL8PIC link to social media as a public post, tag several friends, and use the hashtag #findMatthewTommasini to help this alert go viral. You never know. You might just help save a life.

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