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Edgar Latulip, whose mental age was that of a child, was 21 when he walked out of a special home in Kitchener, Ontario in 1986, CBC News and other Canadian media reported Wednesday.Latulip, who had previously attempted suicide and was on medication, was never heard from again and his mother feared he might have been murdered.That was until a man with a different identity living 120 kilometers (75 miles) away told his social worker last month that he thought his real name could be Edgar Latulip, after he had flashbacks.A DNA test confirmed that the man was indeed Latulip.
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