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Police: Missing Wells Fargo employee found, returned home

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(Photo courtesy: Lauren White-Foster) (Photo courtesy: Lauren White-Foster)
(Photo courtesy: Lauren White-Foster) (Photo courtesy: Lauren White-Foster)
CHARLOTTE, NC (WBTV) -

Police in Charlotte say a missing Wells Fargo has been found and is home safely.

No further details have been released.

Jason Paul Foster, 36, was reported missing by his wife at 10:20 p.m. on Tuesday, October 15.

His wife, Lauren White-Foster, told WBTV on Tuesday that there hasn't been any activity on Foster's bank cards or cell phone.

"I just need to know that he's okay. I just want to know that he's alright," she said. Their anniversary is on Halloween.

White-Foster told officers that Jason Foster was last seen leaving work at around 8:30 a.m. He did not return to work, or come home.

Foster's vehicle was last seen leaving Wells Fargo, his employer, in the 1500 block of West W. T. Harris Boulevard.

His wife told WBTV's Kristen Hampton that he told a coworker that he was going out to his car to get his headphones.

Surveillance video shows Foster walking out to his car and his car leaving the complex. Wells Fargo employees at the complex have to scan their ID badge to exit the campus.

The couple has lived in Charlotte almost seven years.

White-Foster says her husband is a dependable worker and serious about his job. She says there was nothing out of the ordinary that happened before his disappearance.

"With me, he jokes around. We're best friends," she said.

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