"We just want you home:" Family Searching for Critically Missing Veteran who Suffers From PTSD
It's been a week and a half since anyone has seen 45-year-old veteran Corey Adams, a man who suffers from PTSD. His family is now sharing what he may be going through.
Corey Adams sister says it's very unlikely her brother to go missing not to mention he has not been heard from in ten days.
Adams was last seen near 54th and Melvina last Monday. He has a military background, serving in the Gulf War, Iraq, and Afghanistan.
Adam's sister said he was diagnosed with PTSD and Bipolar disorder. When Adam's left his family's house, he left almost everything behind, including his wallet and medications.
His family is concerned for his well-being and the police have classified this case as a critical missing person.
"Corey if you see this message, just please reach out to us, come home. We want you home, we want to help you, we miss you, your kids are missing you, we just want him home, we just want you home, please come home."
Adams is described as 6'4, medium build, 210 pounds, brown eyes, and is bald. He was last seen wearing a black jacket, black jeans, and a gray t-shirt.
If you've seen Mr. Adams, you're asked to call 414-935-7405.
His family is planning to canvass the area surrounding Miller Park and the VA Hospital Friday. They are meeting at the McDonalds on Miller Park Way at 5:30 and are asking anyone who can to join them.