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Family of Missing Greenville Man Say He's Been Found Alive

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Greenville Deputies are looking for Kristopher Campbell who went missing. Greenville Deputies are looking for Kristopher Campbell who went missing.

Marianne Campbell, tells 7 On Your Side her husband has been found alive. 

Campbell is married to 33 year old Kristopher Campbell who deputies said, was missing.

Greenville County Deputies said a missing person's report was filed Thursday. Campbell was last seen at the VGO gas station (800 E. Georgia Road) in Simpsonville on September 9, 2013 at around 2:30 pm.

He was wearing black tennis shoes and a gray t-shirt.

Deputies say Campbell has mental issues and is possibly armed with a knife. Friday 7 On Your Side spoke with Campbell's family who said he served two tours in Iraq.

On one tour Marianne said, Kristopher was flung into a vehicle after an Improvised Explosive Device blew up nearby. She said he suffered an injury to the head and hadn't been the same since.

She said at times Kristopher would suffer from headaches and could be set off easily by a frustration or a stress trigger like a soldier in uniform. She said he wasn't a violent person.

When he left his home Monday, Campbell said he took only a small bag with him containing none of the medications he needed to stay stable.
After an interview with 7 On Your Side, Campbell called close to 9:30 and said her husband was found alive.


She said he looked sick and was disoriented but on his way to the hospital.

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