April 2, 2018 – Sgt. Carl Seeman was found along the Yadkin Road corridor. He has been reunited with his family. He left of his own free will.
Sgt. Carl Seeman, 25, is missing from Fort Bragg since March 25, 2018. Seaman is a paratrooper with the 82nd Airborne, Fort Bragg officials told WTVD, and has served with the military since 2011 and served a tour of duty in Afghanistan in 2012. He has been stationed at Fort Bragg since 2015.
Seeman’s car and cellphone were found at the Fayetteville Walmart parking lot according to ABC affiliate WTVD in Durham. The truck was not parked in range of a camera, so police were unable to view footage of anyone entering or leaving the truck, Jennifer Seeman said.
Jennifer and Carl Seeman posted:
Sonny Boy, Your Mom and Dad are on top of this. You know me, investigative until every last question has been answered. I’m not going to lie, I’m scared and worried. I’m making arrangements to make our way down to Fort Bragg. But what concerns us Sonny Boy is that if you are making your way home, I may not be here. You know where to find your brother. In case you are still in the Fort Bragg area, do you remember where me and Dad took you eat, I loved the coffee, and the man came out of the bushes to ask us for money? We will be there at some points in the evenings. Every evening we are there. We love you. We will find out what happened. Until then, This Family, Your Family, Will Remain Army Strong.
Carl Seeman was a Canon crewmember at Fort Bragg. He operated the “howitzer cannons that support infantry and tank units during combat, and play crucial roles in the Army’s success on the battlefield,” said Sgt. Christopher Gallagher, a Fort Bragg spokesman.
If you have any information about the whereabouts of Sgt. Carl Seeman contact the Fayetteville police at (910) 433-1530.
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