UPDATE: Mother says missing Chattanooga man is alive and safe

Picture provided by Bradley’s mother

UPDATE: The mother of a man reported missing by Chattanooga Police on Monday, says he has been found safe and is returning home.

Bradley Luttrell’s mother Shonda Shae Lamb tells News 12 she made contact with her son shortly after CPD announced him missing. She shared her appreciation to people sharing his flyer in this message she wrote to us:

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“At about at 6 o clock he got onto his facebook first time in 6 days and said he was OK. I spoke with him personally and it was him. He told me he was in Missouri did not know he got there and got help from man that seen a flyer of him missing on facebook. He is alive. He don’t know how he got there don’t remember bet much. He is coming home yea He is safe will be home soon and figure out what happened and how it happened but because of all the nice people sharing flyers he was found and is alive. I am so thankful and for you also it could saved his life if the flyers not been shared. I will know more when he gets home. Thank you for helping us trying save a life. Will touch base when I know more but he is safe and found”

Chattanooga police say they cannot confirm anything until officers see Luttrell in person. They have been made aware of Luttrell’s contact with his mother, but say he is still considered missing at this time.

No other details have been released. Updates will be made as information becomes available.

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (WDEF) – Police announced earlier today that they needed the public’s help to find Soddy Daisy resident Bradley Luttrell.

Luttrell was been reported missing to the Chattanooga Police Department. CPD has assigned a Special Victims Unit officer to the case.

The 24 year old was reported last seen on October 18, 2017 at his mother’s home in Chattanooga.

His family has reached out to us about a possible sighting in Dayton, TN where he was reported as bloodied, dazed and confused. His mother believes he may be in danger.

Anyone with information regarding this case should call Chattanooga Police immediately.

A family member shared this flyer with News 12.