Jasper, Texas (KETK) — A private investigator says a community is united to locate a missing man.
Amid accusations and assumptions of foul play concerning the disappearance of Alfred Wright, 28, who went missing on November 7. Private Investigator, Chuck Foreman of CFSI International, gathered with the family and members of the community to continue efforts of locating him.
On the day he disappeared he was driving along a rural section of Highway 87 near Hemphill and began having trouble with his truck.
When his truck broke down he made a call to his wife at 6:19 p.m. and has not been heard from since then.
Today, Foreman is out with members of the community who have gathered to complete an dorganized ground search in the area where Wright was last seen.
"Alfie" to those who know him is a beloved member of his community and it was apparent as many gathered today in a show of unity as a town that wants answers.
Foreman is on scene and will continue with investigative efforts until those answers are found.
He stresses that this is not a situation about racial issues, this is a situation about a man who is missing from his family.
Yesterday, Forman said, "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."
Alfred was last seen by the cler at CL&M Grocery which is located at 4650 Highway 87 South in Hemphill, Texas and has not been seen since.
It is apparent by the show of support from all the community, regardless of race, this is a town determined to find out what happened.
Saturday proved to be a challenge for the community because temperatures were low and rain was coming down.
Anyone with any information concerning Alfred Wright's whereabouts or information concerning his disappearance is asked to call Foreman at 512-644-9856.