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LONG PRAIRIE, Minn. – A 24-year-old man discovered living in Minnesota under an assumed name was abducted by his paternal grandparents nearly two decades ago when his unemployed mother was living in a car in Indiana, authorities said Friday.

The grandparents could face federal charges in the case, a Minnesota sheriff said.

Richard Wayne Landers Jr. now lives in the small northern Minnesota town of Long Prairie under the name Michael Jeff Landers, the Todd County Sheriff’s Office said Friday. Indiana State Police announced that Landers had been found on Thursday.

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Landers had lived with his grandparents since birth. But in July 1994, after a dispute between Landers’ mother and the grandparents over his custody, the grandparents took him from their home in Wolcottville, about 50 miles southeast of South Bend, and fled.

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