Two Southern California men who were reported missing after attending the Aftershock music festival at Sacramento's Discovery Park last weekend have been found safe and are in contact with family, Sacramento police say.
Jacob Clark-Jendrock's mother told CBS13 that she hadn't heard from her 24-year-old son since Saturday afternoon. She said festival security said her son's wristband scanned into the festival on Sunday night. Clark-Jendrock and his friend, 32-year-old Anthony Acosta, were attending the festival from Southern California.
News that the two were found safely was announced Thursday morning.
Aftershock is one of the nation's biggest rock festivals with more than 160,000 expected to attend this year's event.
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