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Wife says missing Liberty soldier with PTSD was camping

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Zachary Hedden and his dog Charlie. (Liberty Police Dept.) Zachary Hedden and his dog Charlie. (Liberty Police Dept.)
LIBERTY, SC (FOX Carolina) -

A Liberty soldier who was reported missing for nearly three days and left his home without his Post Traumatic Stress Disorder medication has been found, according to his family.

Liberty police said Zachary Hedden, 28, was reported missing on Monday. They said his last location was likely in the Highway 11 and Highway 26 areas and he could be in his 2007 maroon Suzuki Forenza.

Police said he had a gray in color Chinese hairless crested dog named Charlie with him.

Hedden suffers from PTSD from active duty in the military, police said.

Hedden is described has brown eyes, a military-style hair cut, brown hair, a goatee, is 5'7" tall and weighs approximately 250 pounds. Police said he has a nautical star tattoo on each side of his neck, a wrap around snake tattoo on his right wrist, an Illuminati (pyramid with eye) tattoo on his right arm, with wording tattooed on one of his hands.

On Wednesday, Hedden's wife Heather Hedden told FOX Carolina that he had gone camping and was on his way back home. Police confirmed his whereabouts a short time later.

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