POLICE say it was a very good result to have found missing Dunolly man Michael Parker, nearly two days after he was last seen.
Maryborough officers said Mr Parker was found in a disused house on McKinnon road, after the resident of a neighbouring property saw him.
Police said Mr Parker was a bit disorientated and dehydrated, but alive and well.
He was treated by paramedics when found, then taken to Bendigo hospital.
Police believe Mr Parker wandered away from his home, then became disorientated.
They thanked the public for help with the search.
A MISSING Dunolly man has been found alive, after an extensive search.
The 67-year-old was located about 6.35pm on Thursday, after he was last seen at his home about 10pm on Tuesday November 24.
He was being checked over by ambulance crews, his condition still unknown, when the Bendigo Advertiser went to print.
Police thanked the public and media for their help in the search for Mr Parker, for whom they had significant concern.
Search and Rescue, Mounted Branch, local police, Country Fire Authority and the State Emergency Services conducted a grid search of the Dunolly area on Thursday.
Mr Parker was found on McKinnon Road about 6.35pm.
He was being checked over by ambulance crews before being re-united with his family.
Police put a call out for public help to find Mr Parker on Wednesday evening.
Officers confirmed on Thursday morning he was still missing.
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