UPDATE: Missing Hampden Resident Found
Daniel Dennies reportedly went missing on Jan. 11 in the Towson or North Baltimore areas.
(Update 3:22 p.m. Friday)—Daniel Dennies, a Hampden man who friends say went missing on Jan.11, has been located by the Baltimore Police Department, said Scott Rothman, a friend, Friday afternoon.
Sgt. Anthony Smith, a police spokesman, confirmed that Dennies was found and said he is safe at home.
North Baltimore Patch Editor Adam Bednar contributed to this report.
(Original 4:29 p.m. Thursday)—Friends and family are looking for a Hampden resident who reportedly went missing on Jan. 11.
Daniel Dennies, 21, told friends he was on his way to Sheppard Pratt in Towson, said Scott Rothman, a friend. The two were both students at the University of Maryland Baltimore County.
A blog post on Tumblr, written by Dennies' roommate, states that Dennies has been diagnosed with bipolar disorder, is currently not on medication and does not have much money.
"When he's on his medication, he's absolutely the nicest person you'll ever meet," Rothman said.
He added that a missing persons report has been filed with the Baltimore City Police Department, which could not immediately be reached for comment. Rothman said he's not aware of any other instances when Dennies has gone missing.
Rothman asks anyone who has seen Dennies to contact him at (410)-241-5699.