Glenser “Glenn” Soliman, 44, a longtime Filipino nursing supervisor at St. Luke’s Hospital in Houston, Texas, has been reported missing since Feb. 16 by members of his family.
Soliman was a responsible, routine-oriented person who would never just disappear. He didn’t show up for his overnight shift Thursday night.
His sister Arlene Lantion told ABC 13 News that nothing was disturbed in his house, “the only thing amiss is his bed was unmade and with him being so strict that’s a no-no for him.”
Soliman’s car is a gray BMW X5 with a personalized plate “CHUBEE.” Soliman’s relatives have checked tow shops, hospitals, accident reports and retraced his work route.
“The iPad has an iPhone locator and it’s offline. All this time we’ve tried the phone and it’s going to voicemail directly,” said Lantion.
The family has filed a missing person’s report with Houston Police
HOUSTON, Texas — An autopsy confirmed that a body found Saturday, February 25 was that of 44-year-old Glenser “Glenn” Soliman, a missing St. Luke’s Hospital nurse. Soliman’s body was found more than a week after he went missing.
Police say a man was walking his dog at the 2800 block of Hirschfield in Houston, when he saw the body of a man under some debris.
From the: US Inquirer