THE brother of a man who had been missing for about two weeks is angry at his actions.
Police appealed for public help to locate Wodonga man Timothy Keys, who had not been seen since May 31.
Mr Keys contacted his father at the weekend and is safe and well, but does not plan to return to the area.
Officers had feared for the 35-year-old’s welfare and urged him to contact family.
His brother Rob said he felt let down by his actions.
“I’m pretty disappointed,” he said.
“All it would have taken was one phone call home and it would have been all right.
“I’m glad he’s all right, I’m just disappointed by his actions.
“I expected a bit more from him.”
Rob Keys last week said the family had been “pretty distressed, pretty distraught” after not hearing from Timothy for about two weeks.
He thanked the community for helping search for his brother.
“I’d like to thank everyone for all their help,” he said.
“They went well out of their way and I really wasn’t expecting the support we got.”
He said he was unsure what his brother had been doing.
Detective Leading Senior Constable Ray Causer said Timothy was found in Melbourne.
“Tim Keys has been located safe and well,” he said.
“Police would like to thank the public in relation to their assistance in locating him.”