28-year-old Ellis Grohs was found safe as of Thursday, July 1. (Special to Black Press Media)

28-year-old Ellis Grohs was found safe as of Thursday, July 1. (Special to Black Press Media)

UPDATED: Missing Langley man found safe after four day search

28-year-old Ellis Grohs was last seen Monday morning and is now in hospital

Twenty-eight-year-old Ellis Grohs has been found safe.

Jackie Grohs said her son was located on Thursday afternoon and taken to hospital to be checked over.

Grohs, who is diagnosed with epilepsy and a mental health disorder, had been without his medication since Monday, June 28, around 9:30 a.m. when he was involved in a crash at 203rd Street and 50th Avenue.

Langley RCMP was joined by Central Fraser Valley Search & Rescue on June 30 to help with the search – setting up a command post at Buckley Park.

Grohs had been last seen at around 10:45 a.m. in the area of 205th Street and Grade Crescent.

“Thank you everyone for your support in helping us find Ellis,” Jackie said. “It’s been a long four days.”

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