A Maine man who was reported missing Monday afternoon walked up to a camera crew broadcasting live from his home street. Robert McDonough, 73, surprised WMTW-8 correspondent Norm Karkos as Karkos was about to film a live shot to report on the missing McDonough.

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Standing on Gammon Road in Limington, Maine, Karkos stood beside McDonough's home's mailbox with the asphalt trailing behind him at a slight angle. As he prepared his microphone for the broadcast, an elderly man walked out of the wooded portion of the road behind Karkos. Karkos greeted the man and seemed to stare as the man approached Karkos' crew.

Upon identifying the bearded senior citizen as McDonough, the ABC affiliate's crew contacted the Maine Warden Service to report they had found the missing man. Karkos went ahead with his live shot, reporting on McDonough's reappearance.

McDonough, who reportedly has dementia, had traces of blood on his person, and told those around him that his feet were wet. He is reportedly doing well following his return.

"Now that's an exclusive story," an off-camera voice said as game wardens originally approached McDonough.

See the encounter with Robert McDonough below: