APD Searching for Endangered Missing Adult, James Foster
By: ABQRAW Staff
Posted on: 04/28/2023 @3:10PM
ALBUQUERQUE – According to the Albuquerque Police Department's civilian PIO Gilbert Gallegos, APD’s Missing Persons Unit is requesting the public's help in locating 65-year-old James Foster.
Around noon on April 27th, Mr. Foster left the Princeton Place Nursing Home, which is located at 500 Louisiana Blvd. NE. Mr. Foster boarded a city bus and he has not returned.
According to the Endangered Missing Adult flyer issued by APD, Mr. Foster is reportedly 5'11", he weighs 130 pounds, he has black and gray hair and he has brown eyes. APD did not disclose any information about what color or type clothing that Mr. Foster was last seen wearing.
APD reports that Mr. Foster is diabetic and he requires his medications on a daily basis, which he has not received. Mr. Foster is also mentally diminished, as well as cognitive communications deficient. Mr. Foster also uses a walker.
If Mr. Foster is located, please contact the Princeton Place Nursing Home at 505 255-1717 or the Missing Persons Unit on call detective at 505 242-COPS (2677).