A missing autistic teenager from California has been found safe in Summit County, Utah.

Connerjack Oswalt is seen in a photo shared by the DOJ in 2019.

The Summit County Sheriff’s Office has identified the missing teen as Connerjack Oswalt, 19.

He was first reported missing in Sept. 2019 to the Clearlake Police Department in Northern California.

At the time, Oswalt was 16-years-old. His family has been searching for him ever since.

Oswalt was diagnosed with autism in 2014.

Recently, local Park City residents reported spotting an individual pushing a shopping cart around town.

Local deputies have also reportedly encountered Oswalt several times, but he was never aggressive towards law enforcement and didn’t commit any crimes.

Last week, deputies were dispatched to reports of Oswalt sleeping outside of a store in Jeremy Ranch. Authorities found him cold and shivering.

Oswalt reportedly did not tell officers his name, so a finger scan was administered to identify him. The scan produced results of a warrant out of Nevada. Authorities say they were suspicious that there was more to the story, so they continued investigating.

After placing Oswalt inside a patrol car to warm up, officials searched the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children database where they discovered a listing for Oswalt.

There were discrepancies in the name’s spelling, so authorities reached out to Oswalt’s family for confirmation.

Oswalt’s family drove from Idaho Falls (where they had relocated to) to Summitt County to confirm Oswalt’s identity. The family confirmed his identity and Oswalt has been reunited with his family.