Missing young Islamic preacher Abu Twa-haa Muhammad Adnan returned his Rangpur residence on Friday afternoon.
He returned home around 2 pm, said Twa-haa’s brother-in-law Mohammad Hanif.
The Islamic speaker was brought to Rangpur Kotwali Police Station from his in-laws’ house around 3pm, said OC Abdur Rashid.
Twa-haa’s lawyer Barrister M Sarwar Rahman said the three other people, who were accompanying Abu Taw-haa at the time of his missing, have also returned to their homes.
Abu Twa-haa along with his associates Abdul Muhit and Mohammad Firoz, and driver Amir Uddin Foyez had been missing since June 10 while returning Dhaka from Rangpur, his family alleged.
He was last contacted from the city’s Gabtali area and after that his mobile phone was found switched off.
Confirming the development, Abu Maruf Hossain, deputy commissioner of Rangpur Metropolitan Police, said details will be informed later.