Hatboro Man Found
The Kessock family was en route to Baltimore Tuesday afternoon to pick up Dennis Kessock Jr. following the Hatboro man's disappearance this weekend.
The family of a Hatboro man who police said"voluntarily" left his home late Saturday night, had connected with him about 1 p.m. Tuesday and by 3:30 p.m., were on the road to Baltimore to pick him up.
Dennis Kessock Jr., 30, of Broad Street in Hatboro, wrote "im sorry" on his facebook page around noon Tuesday. An hour later, his family had spoken to him, according to Kessock's younger brother, Patrick.
In a text message to Hatboro-Horsham Patch Tuesday, Patrick Kessock wrote: "Dennis has been found thanks to all of the help and support from Patch.com, readers, family, friends, and police officers that worked their hardest to bring him home. We truly could not have done it without you all. You are all heroes."
Police had said Dennis Kessock left the home he shared with his wife and 3-year-old son Saturday night following a discussion of "relationship issues." The family became alarmed when he did not return home Sunday afternoon from his job at the Giant in Horsham to care for his son.