UPDATE: The 23-year-old North Jersey high school grad reported missing in late March has been found safe, his family and friends say.
"On behalf of the Ippolito family, Gi has been found and is spending time with family," a friend wrote in an April 10 Facebook post.
"Thank you for all the well wishes, positivity, and reposts."
ORIGINAL STORY: Family and friends of a 23-year-old North Jersey high school grad who has been missing for nearly a week are asking for help in locating him.
Giuseppe Ippolito, a Pope John XXIII Regional High School graduate, was last seen the night of Saturday, March 27, his family writes on Facebook.
Ippolito drives a dark grey two-door Wrangler with a license plate reading M27HWD, the post says.
None of his family members, friends or co-workers have been able to contact him, Ippolito's friend said on Instagram -- adding that they have “no way of tracking or communicating” with the missing young adult.
“He is my brother’s best friend, another brother to me, and another son to my parents,” Lauren Dent writes on the post.
“Please help us find him.”
Anyone with information about Ippolito’s whereabouts is asked to call or text (201) 841-9354 or state police.
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