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A doctor who famously faked his own kidnapping in 2002 by locking himself in his car trunk has now gone missing again.

Mark Salerno, a 61-year-old pediatrician, left his home north of Phoenix on October 12 and hasn’t been seen since, leaving his friends and family worried about what might have befallen him, the Arizona Republic reports.

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In May 2002, Salerno was facing a stolen car charge when he went missing for three days.

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