HOUSTON (KTRK) --Investigators say a man walking his dog discovered the body of a nurse supervisor who's been missing for 11 days.
Glenser Soliman was 44 years old and a nurse supervisor at St. Luke's Hospital.
He was reported missing after he didn't show up for work.
Soliman's vehicle was found Saturday, as was his body. Investigators won't say both were found at the same location.
The body was discovered under some debris in the 2800 block of Hirschfield.
Loved ones handed out flyers in hopes of finding Soliman after he and his car went missing. Family members filed a missing person's report with the Harris County Precinct 4 Constable's Office on Feb. 16.
Relatives said nothing was disturbed at Soliman's Spring home.
His sister Arlene Lantion said, "The house was armed properly, the only thing amiss is his bed was unmade and with him being so strict that's a no-no for him."
Relatives said Soliman was a responsible, routine-oriented person who would never just disappear like this. They believe the last person to talk with him was at church on Feb. 16. He didn't show up for his overnight shift later that night.
"The iPad has an iPhone locator, and it's offline. All this time, we've tried the phone and it's going to voicemail directly," said Lantion.
A spokesperson for St. Luke's Hospital says they are deeply saddened to hear of Soliman's passing, extending thoughts and prayers to his family and friends.
The case is now being investigated by the Harris County Sheriff's Homicide Unit.
At this point, investigators have not specified how Soliman died. They have classified the case as a murder.
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