Soliman, 44, was identified by the Harris County medical examiner's office. His cause of death has not been determined yet but police are investigating it as a possible murder.
Kevin Quinn of ABC13 tweeted a picture of where the body was found with the caption: "Body of missing nurse found, per @HCSOTexas . ID'd -Glenser Soliman . Person walking dog made discovery Sat., 8 mi. from Soliman home #abc13"
A separate report by KHOU 11 said Soliman's body was found nine miles northwest of his home on Spring City Court. His missing BMW X5 with the license plate “CHUBEE" has yet to be located.
Family and friends reported the nursing supervisor at St. Luke's Hospital missing after he failed to show up for his shift on February 16 despite calling in advance to check in.
A GoFundMe page and a search party with Texas Equusearch volunteers were set-up before news broke of his death.
Soliman's sister Arlene Lantion told Click 2 Houston that they initially thought he was sick. In addition to sleep apnea, the nursing supervisor also had hypertension, high cholesterol, and diabetes. —Rie Takumi/KBK, GMA News