(KRON) — A recent Solano Community College graduate that had been reported missing has been located, according to a post from the Vacaville Police Department. Tyler Kincaid had been missing since Wednesday Aug. 24, according to an earlier Facebook post from the Solano Community College Department of Public Safety.

The follow-up post from Vacaville PD states that Kincaid had been located in Southern California and “safely reunited with family.”

According to the original post, he was heading down to his transfer school, Cal Poly, driving a Silver 2020 Subaru Impreza hatchback. He hasn’t been seen or heard from since setting out. Kincaid’s family was trying to narrow down where he could be and create a timeline, the post states.

“The Vacaville PD would like to thank our allied agencies throughout the state, as well as the vigilant members of his family and the public, who helped reach this safe resolution,” the post from Vacaville PD states.

“We are thankful to Cal Poly Pomona, Vacaville Police Department, and our Department of Public Safety for the collective effort to notify the public regarding Tyler’s disappearance and are relieved that he has been found,” said Solano Community College Superintendent-President, Dr. Celia Esposito-Noy in a press release on the incident.

According to the release, the SCC Department of Public Safety worked with local law enforcement and officials at Cal Poly Pomona in locating Kincaid. “The SCC’s Department of Public Safety helped spread the word of his disappearance through its Facebook page which was visited by more than 24,000 viewers,” the press release states.

 “We are grateful to Solano Community College and all collaborating agencies for the care and concern expressed for Tyler’s well-being. We are relieved that he has been located and look forward to welcoming him to Cal Poly Pomona and supporting his success as part of the Bronco family,” said Dr. Soraya M. Coley, President, Cal Poly Pomona.