HENDERSON, Ky. (WEHT) — After many hours, the search for a missing man in Spencer County has come to an end.

James A. Mullins, 56, went missing Wednesday around midnight near Cleveland Cliffs on US 231. The Spencer County Sheriff’s Office got on social media in hopes someone may have seen him.

“We are concerned for his safety and well-being and are reaching out to the community for assistance,” says the sheriff’s department on Facebook.

Late Saturday morning, deputies gave a relieving update and shared that Mullins had been found “safe and sound.”

“Thanks to the dedicated efforts of our community, law enforcement, and all those who shared information, this individual has been found,” the sheriff’s office posted.

Deputies remind the public that vigilance and quick action can make all the difference in helping law enforcement officials find missing people.