Update: Missing Firefighter Found
Update- We are told that after this story aired, Richie Ingram was located and is safe.
(Memphis) A former Memphis firefighter disappears, without a trace for more than two weeks.
Memphis Police have a city watch issued for 45-year-old Richie Ingram. They’re calling him an endangered missing person.
“I am kind of confused, I don’t know where he is, why he is gone.” Said brother Justin Williams.
Wearing a tee-shirt with a picture and the phrase, ‘Have you seen me?’ Justin Williams says for the past few days, he’s tried everything to get the word out, his brother 45-year-old Richie Ingram is missing.
According to police say, Ingram was last seen driving away from his father’s home on Kirkcaldy, that was last month.
No one has heard from him since, including his nine-year old daughter.
What’s also alarming to Williams, “He’s a clean freak, he don’t leave dirty dishes, he don’t leave his bed unmade, he always turns his collar down on his shirt.” Said Williams.
But he says his brother left dirty dishes in the sink at his home.
“ It’s like he was in a hurry.” Expressed Williams.
The former Memphis firefighter is currently not working and not too long ago, he lost his house.
“We don’t know if it’s a money issue, we don’t know if he had a mental breakdown from stress .” said Williams.
Ingram is known to hang out around his home near Covington Pike and Raleigh LaGrange…or in the Cordova Area.
His brother pleads if anyone knows where Ingram is to call police.
if Ingram is staying away on his own…Williams is begging him to come home.
“Your daughter is very worried and your mama.” Said Williams.
Anyone with information is asked to call the Missing Persons Bureau at 901-636-4479 or Memphis Police 901-545-2677.