William Foley: Missing from Downers Grove Found

UPDATE 2/18/13 – Per Facebook Post:

Bz Alexia By: Help Find Bill Foley 1 hour ago · “Hey FB family…it is with a broken heart that I tell you that Bill Foley was located last night and he is deceased. We are all so sad, but we know he is now at peace with his dad in heaven. I want to thank all of you for your efforts, thoughts, prayers, shares, cares, signing of the petition, writing stories, helping search, investigate and otherwise show support to us. Bill was a great brother, son, dad, uncle, cousin, husband and friend! He will be missed by many and he will never be forgotten. He was a Marine who served his country and he was a man who loved always. With sadness we will say goodbye to Bill, but with smiling hearts we are better people for having known Bill and been part of his life. Bill is now with God and we pray that God be with all of you for your support! We love you all!”
 
 Previous story: William “Bill” Foley, 55, from Downers Grove, Ill. has been missing since Feb. 6 around 1 p.m.  He was last seen leaving his job in Lombard and he has not been seen since. 

Downers Grove police state that Foley is driving a white 997 Ford Escort wtih Illinois License plate numbre 9985772.

Police said that there has been no cell phone, I-Pass, bank or credit card activity since he was reported missing, and his cell phone pinged near I-55 and Route 42 in Shorewood on Wednesday around 2 p.m.

“The police are investigating every possible angle—his work, his computer, his house—and there’s just no indication that he planned to leave,” Bill’s brother Jim told the Downers Grove Patch. “This is completely out of character for Bill, and I think that’s why we’re all so concerned.”

There is some concern that maybe Bill had an accident and may have gone off the road. 

Facebook page “Help Find Bill Foley”

Anyone with information on Foley’s whereabouts is asked to contact the Downers Grove Police Department at 630 434-5600.

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