Ed Foreman was discovered to have gone missing from his Geary area home on March 6th, 2015 after authorities were called on to make a welfare check on him.

It is believed that Ed was a victim of a homicide after Blaine County deputies found an immense amount of his blood inside the home. The same day that the welfare check occurred, Ed’s vehicle was spotted being driven by someone who was certainly not Ed about a mile away from his home. About two weeks later, the vehicle would be found by a hunter. It had been parked in a wooded area about a quarter of a mile from Ed’s home. The OSBI has released a sketch of the person seen driving the vehicle, it accompanies this post along with Ed’s photo.

Ed Foreman’s body has never been found. The last known sighting of him was after he had gotten off of work on March 5th. Surveillance footage shows him stopping to get dinner at a location near his home. After that its radio silence from a man who was described as constantly being on the phone. When his daughter, who lived out of state, failed to get him on the phone by the next evening, she called for a welfare check.

Ed’s murder and the disappearance of his body has left his children in limbo, and without justice or understanding of who could have done this to their father.

If you have any information regarding the disappearance and murder of Ed Foreman, please contact the OSBI at (800) 522-8017

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