Have you seen missing St Albans man Sean Corrigan?

PUBLISHED: 10:46 29 November 2016 | UPDATED: 15:38 29 November 2016

Missing man Sean Corrigan.

Missing man Sean Corrigan.


A St Albans man who went missing since yesterday (Monday) afternoon has been found.

Sean Corrigan, 48, of Smallford, was last seen in Kings Langley at around 12.30pm yesterday but has since been located.

Herts Police issued a thank you for assistance of the press and public in the search.

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