A Turkish man joined a campaign aimed at searching for him and finding him in one of the Turkish forests. The British newspaper, The Independent, said that a Turkish man, who was reported missing, inadvertently joined the search team that was sent to search for him, until he found himself and knew that he was meant in This search trip.
According to the newspaper, it was reported that Behan Mutlu, who lives in Bursa province in northwestern Turkey, was missing, and “Russia Today” quoted his family as saying that it submitted a request to the authorities to search for him, after his absence and not returning home, and he did not answer the phone calls.
A number of Turkish newspapers reported that officials said Mutlu, 50, wandered in the forest and his friends were unable to find him. He sent a search team to the area and ended up meeting him in the forest, without knowing his name, and asked to join the search teams to help find the wanted person.
According to the newspapers, officials had no idea that Mutlu was the man they were looking for, after he joined the search team for several hours, before “finding himself.”
Reports say Mutlu realized he was the person the team was looking for, after they started shouting and calling his name.
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