Case of missing Pinoy nurse in Texas baffles kin, police
A Filipino nurse has been reported missing in Houston, Texas, and the police have yet to find leads to locate him, reports said.
A report on Houston Chronicle, citing Harris County Precinct 4 Chief Deputy Donald Stewart, said probers found no foul play or any sign that Glenser Soliman, 44, is in danger. However, police investigation has not turned out new leads for the case.
A separate report on ABC 13 said Soliman disappeared with his car, a gray BMW X5 with a personalized plate that reads "CHUBEE" last week.
His sister Arlene Lantion said Soliman's house was in order except for his unmade bed, which she considered unusual due to his strict, routine-oriented personality.
Lantion added that they tried to call his phone but all calls are being directed to voicemail and his device's location tracker has been shut off.
She told Click 2 Houston that they initially thought Soliman was sick as he had sleep apnea and could not sleep without special machinery. Apart from that, the missing nurse also has hypertension, high cholesterol, and a diabetic.
"He needs his medications," Lastion said.
Soliman has worked as a nursing supervisor at St. Luke's Hospital for more than a decade. His friends and family were alerted to his disappearance after he did not show up for his overnight shift on Thursday evening despite being seen at church earlier that day. —Rie Takumi/KBK, GMA News