POSTED: Friday, November 22, 2013 - 11:52pm
UPDATED: Sunday, November 24, 2013 - 2:39pm
Hemphill, Texas (KETK) — Alfred Wright, a 28 year old African American male, has been missing since November 7, 2013.
On the day he disappeared, he was driving along a rural section of State Highway 87 near Hemphill and began having trouble with his truck. With his truck broken down, he made a call to his wife at 6:19 p.m., and has not been heard from since.
The area has some unpleasant history however the community is united and working together in efforts to locate Wright.
Private Investigator Chuck Foreman of CFSI International is now representing Alfred's family and said, "This is not about a racial situation, this is about a father of three, husband, son and brother who is missing. We need to do everything possible to locate this family's loved one."
Foreman is on scene and will be there as long as the family needs. An organized search is being planned as well as other events as residents come together with one united goal of finding Mr. Wright.
Wright was last seen by the clerk at CL&M Grocery located at 4650 State Highway 87 South in Hemphil. His truck was left there and he left on foot and has not been seen since. Alfred is a valued member of his community and this town wants answers.
Anyone with any information concerning his whereabouts or with information concerning his disappearance are encouraged to contact Private Investigator Foreman at 512-644-9856.
Foreman is licensed in the State of Texas in various specialties within the security & investigations fields and has served 10 years in the U.S. Army with an emphasis in special operations. He is a highly decorated combat wounded veteran and has been in combat situations where precise decision making while under pressure, is a must. He is also the CEO & Founder of the Center for Search & Investigations for Missing Children, a pending non-profit organization. CFSI for Missing Children is comprised of only volunteers who donate their time to raise awareness of the growing epidemic of children that go missing and those that are in danger of human trafficking. If you wish to learn more about Foreman or CFSI for Missing Children please visit www.cfsimissing.com .