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UPDATE: Langlade County man found safeSubmitted: 04/25/2015
LANGLADE COUNTY - Langlade County man found safe.

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A 58-year-old Langlade County man went missing Friday.

Paul Puhl was last seen by his wife on 4-24-15 at approximately 6:20 am. He is believed to be on foot as there are no vehicles missing. He did not show up for work.

He may be wearing a navy blue jacket, blue jeans, and brown leather works boots.

If you have any information about where Puhl may be, call the Langlade County Sheriff's Office at 715-627-6411.



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