CREVE COEUR, Ill. — The Jeep belonging to missing Creve Coeur man James Andrae was found in a park near the Mississippi and Meramec rivers by St. Louis County police.
The Creve Coeur Police Department said Andrae has been missing since May 8. He was last seen in Creve Coeur, wearing a blue-striped polo and tan Levi pants. Monday, Creve Coeur Police Chief Dale King said he is considered missing and endangered.
Andrae is described as 49-years-old, 6’1″, 200 pounds, with sandy-blonde hair and hazel eyes.
Police said Andrae has anxiety, depression and is bipolar, and that he did not take any of his medication with him. His black Jeep Wrangler was found in Bee Tree Park on May 9, with the keys inside the vehicle.
Searches for Andrae continued in the area but he was not found. King said it is believed that he left of his own accord, and foul play is not expected, but his family has been unable to make contact with him.
Those with any information about Andrae are encouraged to call the Creve Coeur Police Department at (309) 699-9511.