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Memorial Hermann Northeast Hospital is asking for help locating a patient's family

Memorial Hermann Northeast Hospital is asking for help locating a patient's family

Houston, Texas- Memorial Hermann Northeast Hospital He asks for the community's help in locating the patient's family.

According to health authorities, The man has black hair and brown eyes and is between 25 and 35 years old.

In addition, he has a short beard and mustache, He also has a red rose tattooed on his right shoulder with his name written underneath it.

The patient was admitted to the hospital on February 1, 2024 after receiving assistance from emergency medical teams. near the 4800 block of Old Spanish Trail in Houston.

Anyone with knowledge of this patient is encouraged to call Memorial Hermann Northeast at 281-913-4282.

How to report a missing person?

Houston has the Texas Center for Missing Persons, a non-profit organization dedicated to providing support to missing persons and their families through crisis intervention, prevention and community education. To contact them, you can visit their website Internet page.


Did you know that there are millions of dollars unclaimed in the state of Texas? The Texas Comptroller encourages residents to check if they are beneficiaries.


According to officials at the National Association of Unclaimed Property Managers, one in seven people in the United States has unclaimed property.

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Unclaimed property includes forgotten utility deposits or other refunds, insurance proceeds, payroll checks, bank checks, stock dividends, mineral proceeds, inactive bank accounts, and the contents of abandoned safe deposit boxes.

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Typically, businesses turn over their assets to the unclaimed property program when they have been inactive for one to five years.

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According to Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar, more than $4 billion in unclaimed property has been returned to its owners since the Texas Unclaimed Property Program began in 1962.

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The state currently holds more than $8 billion in cash and other valuables through the program. The average approved claim value is more than $1,000.

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Unclaimed property held by the state is usually time-barred, meaning there is no time limit for owners to file a claim: they can do so at any time.

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For more information, or to search for unclaimed property and start the claim process, visit the Comptroller's unclaimed property website, ClaimItTexas.gov.

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Texas residents are also encouraged to check MissingMoney.com or FindMyFunds.com to search for properties they may own in other states.

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