The Auburn Police Department cancelled the public call for help in locating a 46-year-old man who had been missing since June 8.
The APD issued a call for the public's help finding Christopher Cornall Saturday morning. Police said Cornall was reported missing from Auburn on June 8, and left his residence "on his own accord."
In a press release issued Sunday morning, the APD announced that the case resolved.
The APD will not issue any further information "because of the manner this case was resolved and for the privacy of the family," Auburn Police Chief Shawn Butler said.
APD thanked the public for its help, as well as New York State Police, the Cayuga County Sheriff's Office, New York State Park Police, Onondaga County Sheriff's Office Air One crew and the Moravia Volunteer Fire Department.