find in

find someone in

to learn or discover that one is at home; to learn or discover that one is in one's office. I never expected to find you in at this time of night. Did you really expect to find me in on a Friday night?
See also: find
References in classic literature ?
It was some check upon their transport to find in this person an entire stranger, but they appealed to him, nevertheless, and besought him, in impassioned language, to restore them to their friends.
Supporters of the new law are hard to find in Washington.
She has refused, directing me, as Gill had, to the INS Web site where I could find INS detention standards on media visits.