Willie Cooper - Texas - 2000 Sept 22, 2016 5:24:50 GMT -5
Post by HeadMarshal on Sept 22, 2016 5:24:50 GMT -5
(Above photo credit: Charley Project)
Case Number: M0007005
Case Type: Disabled
Height: 5' 11"
Weight: 214 lbs.
Date of Birth: 8/5/1925
Age Missing: 74
Eye Color: Brown
Hair Color: Black
Last Seen in: Madisonville (Madison County)
Last Seen on: 6/21/2000
State Missing From: Texas Country Missing From: USA
Miscellaneous Notes: Mr. Cooper suffers from Alzheimer’s. He is slightly balding and has a thin mustache. Mr. Cooper was last seen wearing a gray knit shirt with the Texas Rangers logo, black pants, and a black baseball cap. Mr. Cooper served in World War II.
On June 21, 2000, Willie Cooper departed from his home in the early morning hours and drove to an unknown destination. He was last seen by a police officer who stopped him in Fairfield, Texas which was along the way to his hometown of Daingerfield. His 1995 Chevrolet pickup was later found alongside Interstate 45. The vehicle was locked and had overheated. Nothing was missing from the vehicle and Willie has not been seen since.
According to the Charley Project, anyone having information concerning Willie Cooper's case should call the Dallas (Texas) Police Department at 1-214-670-5389 or 1-214-671-4321
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Thoughts? We owe it on behalf of Willie Cooper's service to find out what happened to him for his family's sake. Hopefully he wasn't harmed as a result of a crime. He could have been affected by his Alzheimer's disease and may have traveled to another community in Texas without realizing who he was.