Andrew Freeman, Missing Army Veteran

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Hillsboro, Oregon –  On Friday morning, Army veteran Andrew Freeman left his apartment and disappeared. He is believed to be in “crisis from his military service.” (Fox 12)

Hillsboro police posted this on Facebook:

“Please help us locate a missing person. Andrew Freeman, 27, was last seen leaving his apartment in Hillsboro on the morning of November 15. He’s 5’5” tall, and he’s driving a blue 2016 Chrysler 300 with Oregon plate D74461 (similar to the one pictured here). Anyone who sees him or has information on his whereabouts is asked to call us at 503-629-0111 so we can reunite him with his loved ones.”

Photo from Hillsboro Police Department

Hillsboro Police are asking the public to help them locate Mr. Freeman, who went missing at around 4 a.m. Friday. He is a black male whom police believe is endangered and may be in “crisis” due to his military service.

Information on his unit or where he has been stationed was not available at this writing. It is unclear if he was deployed overseas, and his service record is not available yet.  The most important issue is finding him alive and well so that he can be reunited with his family and friends.

He lives in Hillsboro

Hillsboro is the 5th largest city in the state of Oregon, and is in the Willamette Valley in Washington County. It’s on the west side of the Portland metropolitan area, and home to many tech companies, such as Intel. It is sometimes known as the “Silicon Forest.” It has a population of slightly over 100,000.  The Tualatin River forms part of the boundary of the city.

There are too many veterans in crisis, and if anyone knows where this gentleman might be,  please reach out to him and notify authorities. Though the Hillsboro Police provided one of the photos  and the family provided the other one to Fox12, it is unknown whether or not Mr. Freeman has been experiencing difficulties that involved him with the local police.

Again, that phone number is 503-629-0111.

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