Missing Lynnwood man has been found safe

Nicholas Williams, a sophomore at University of Washington Bothell, went missing Aug 6.

LYNNWOOD — The search for a Lynnwood man is over with positive results.

Nicholas Williams, 20, who went missing Aug. 6, has been found, his father reported on Facebook.

“Thank you to everyone that shared, searched and supported,” Scott Williams said in the post Sunday.

“We can never possibly thank you all enough.”

Nicholas Williams, a sophomore at University of Washington Bothell, went to Chelan for a graduation party. On the way back, he stopped in Leavenworth to eat with some friends.

When they went their separate ways, he took a detour on Icicle Creek Road, a popular road that leads to hiking trails.

That was the last time he was seen since being found Sunday.

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