Missing Flagstaff newspaper editor found in Calif.

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UPDATE -- Tuesday, April 27:

FLAGSTAFF -- A newspaper editor who was reported missing a week ago has been located in California.

Timothy Lawrence Hendricks, aka Larry Hendricks, was contacted by law enforcement in the Sacramento, Calif., area Monday afternoon and they confirmed his welfare.

Hendricks' family has been notified of his location and status.

Hendricks was reported as a missing person after failing to show up for work at the Arizona Daily Sun on April 19.

ORIGINAL REPORT:

FLAGSTAFF -- The Flagstaff Police Department is asking for the public's help to find a man who has been missing since Monday.

Timothy Lawrence Hendricks, aka Larry Hendricks, was last seen leaving his Flagstaff home Monday morning and heading to work.

Hendricks is the assistant city editor at the Arizona Daily Sun in Flagstaff and covers crime and courts.

Police spokesman Lt. Ken Koch said Hendricks never arrived at work and hasn't been seen or heard from since.

Koch said there's no indication of foul play.

Hendricks is described as a white male, 44 years old, 6 feet 1 inch tall and 190 pounds. He wears glasses, has a full beard, and long, straight brown hair.

He was last seen wearing a blue polo-style shirt and khaki pants. He was driving a burgundy Suzuki Grand Vitara with Arizona license plate 761-VPM.

Anyone with information on Hendricks' whereabouts or current status should contact the Flagstaff Police Department at 928-774-1414 or your local law enforcement agency.