Editor’s note: The video above was recorded before the man was found safe.

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WSAV) — A missing Tattnall County man was found safe north of Atlanta on Thursday evening.

Charles Stansfield, 75 was found in Cherokee County, Justin Sims, Charles Stansfield’s son, posted on Facebook. His family told WSAV he was found around 8 p.m. Sims also said Stansfield seemed disoriented and weak after not eating or drinking for days.

The 75-year-old’s car was spotted in Chatham County on Wednesday night on Wilmington Island. He had no known ties to Chatham County, so the fact that his 2015 Toyota Camry was spotted on Wilmington Island meant he is likely lost and very confused.

Stansfield went missing Tuesday. He was last seen wearing dark blue jeans, a navy blue t-shirt with lettering and a dark green hat.

Police said he had no known ties to Chatham County, so the fact that his 2015 Toyota Camry was spotted on Wilmington Island means that he is likely lost and very confused. The Georgia tag on his car is RHS 6750.