Former head of Seprona in Segovia found in good health

Former head of Seprona in Segovia reported missing

He was last seen on Monday, January 25

GUARDIA CIVIL have reported that a colleague who was reported missing on Monday, January 25, when he left his home carrying only his keys and a gun, was found today, Wednesday January 27, in good health.

Jesus Manuel Calvo Ortega, 52, is the former head of the Guardia Civil Nature Protection Service, Seprona, in Segovia, central Spain and has now been located.

He reportedly left a letter to his wife and three daughters before leaving his home in Santa Maria la Real de Nieva. He was said to have been meant to attend a course in Valdemoro, Madrid, but Guardia Civil alerted his relatives that he had never arrived at his destination. It was after they learned this that they found the letter he had left, although the exact content has not been revealed and expressed their concern that they did not know his whereabouts.

He is 1.70 metres tall, brown eyes, short greying hair, and normal build. He was wearing blue chinos, a blue jumper with stripes and mountain boots when he went missing according to missing persons site SOS Desaparecidos which issued the appeal poster.

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