Search Continues In Cold Missing Persons Cases

May 31, 2011

The Escambia County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help in solving three missing persons cases, one of which dates back to 2000.

“These cold cases are extremely hard to solve and become increasingly so as time goes by,” said sheriff’s spokesman Deputy Chris Welborn.”

Anyone with information on any of the cases can  contact Missing Persons Investigator Troy Brown at (850) 436-9199 or (850) 436-9620.

Terry Lynn Hattaway, 57, was last seen on April 19, 2000, in the 700 block of North 79th Avenue. Family members said Hattaway took medication for schizophrenia and anxiety.

Craig L. Hoskie, 25, was last seen on April 11, 2008, on Pensacola Beach. Hoskie, who was in the United States Navy, is presumed to have drowned but his body was never recovered.

Glen Wayne Albert, 56, was last seen on March 21, 2009 in the 2600 block of Michigan Avenue. Family told deputies that Albert had suffered from depression and left his home with a gun. He left his car, cell phone and wallet containing his identification and money at his residence.


2 Responses to “Search Continues In Cold Missing Persons Cases”

  1. Brooke Barr on April 4th, 2019 7:49 pm

    If my uncle Glen is out there it’d be nice if he’d contact his last 2 living brothers! Both his parents & sister have passed away!

  2. victor albert on February 24th, 2019 10:05 pm

    i am glens brother victor. If he is still out there somewhere, I hope he see’s my Email address and write to me.

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