- A Fil-Am nursing supervisor reported missing on February 16 was found dead
- A man walking his dog found Glenser Soliman’s body hidden under debris 8 miles from the nurse’s house in Spring City Court
- The Houston County Sherrif’s Office is investigating the case as a possible murder
Nine days after he was reported missing by his friends and family, the body of Filipino-American nurse Glenser “Glenn” Soliman was found dead 8 miles from his house on Spring City Court in Houston, Texas.
According to News Fix, a man walking his dog found the nursing supervisor’s body hidden under debris in the vicinity of 2800 block of Hirschfield Road on Saturday, February 25. The Harris County Institute of Forensic Sciences conducted an autopsy and later confirmed that it was Soliman. The medical officer who conducted the autopsy had not determined what caused Soliman’s death, but the Harris County Sherrif’s Office Homicide Division is investigating the case as a possible murder.
Soliman was reported missing on February 16 when he failed to show up for his shift at St. Luke’s Hospital despite calling in advance to check-in.
Friends of Soliman are planning to put up a reward for any person who might provide them with a lead.
It’s not clear whether Soliman’s car, a BMW X5 with personalized car plate that reads “CHUBEE,” has been found, but on February 21, it was spotted in Beechnut area allegedly being driven by another person.