The search is over for a missing Minnesota man in Northern Arizona. Coconino County Sheriff’s officials say 29-year-old Timothy Coen had been missing since last Thursday, but was found by a resident driving through the 4 Hills Ranch area about 15 miles north of Williams. The Sheriff’s office was contacted at around 9:30 a.m. by a local resident that said he drove him to the senior center in Williams. Deputies found Coen at the center in good health. Investigators say Coen left his dog “Harlow” at an abandoned home he had been using as a home base while looking for help. Coen says he had been looking for help and was unable to find his way back to the house and it had been three days. Deputies were able to find the house and “Harlow” was found in good condition in the home off Thunder Valley Road about eight miles from where Coen had been found. Coen was treated for dehydration and Harlow was taken to the Humane Society to be examined. Officials say Coen’s vehicle was found several miles west of State Route 64 in the Valle area Monday. Officials say he was traveling between Las Vegas and Minnesota when he decided to go in a different direction.