Police seek help locating missing Stuart manMarch 27th, 2012 by Julius Whigham
STUART _ Police are asking the public’s help in locating a Stuart man who has been missing since early March.
Albert Walker Sr., 69, was last seen on March 2 and he contacted his wife a day later by telephone to say he was near Daytona Beach, a Stuart Police news release said. Walker suffers from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and is a patient at the VA Hospital in West Palm Beach.
His wife believes that Walker’s disspearance may be related to his health issues with diabetes, PTSD and a history of illegal drug use, police said. He was entered into the national database as a missing and endangered person by the Stuart Police Department on March 23.
Walker is described as being a black male who is 5 feet 9 inches tall and weighs 200 pounds. He has scars on his forehead, upper left arm and lower left arm. He also wears glasses, police said. He was last seen driving a white, 2008 4-door Ford Taurus with Florida tag number E288BM.
Anyone with information about Walker’s whereabouts is asked to call the Stuart Police Department (772) 220-3900, or detective Jeffrey Kittredge at (772) 220-3911.