A Brooklyn man was found safe in a hospital on June 7 after going missing for three days.
Hasib Muhammad Ishfer, a 22-year-old man, is safe and in good condition, his sister confirmed.
Ishfer’s family reported last seeing him at 5:23 a.m. on June 4. He was recorded by a camera outside of the Hoyt-Schermerhorn Street subway station in Boerum Hill, walking alone in the dark. Ishfer suffers from mental health conditions and his relatives were worried he didn’t have his cell phone and wallet with him at the time.
His family asked Brooklynites for their help in keeping an eye out for Ishfer, and declined to comment further after he was found on Wednesday.
Cops are still searching for another local man who went missing from the corner of Schermerhorn and Smith streets last month. Sheng Zhong Huang, 58, was last seen on May 18, according to the NYPD. He was wearing a green button-down shirt, black pants and black shoes. He is 5’6″, is missing part of his right-hand middle finger, and walks with a slight limp.
Huang is a ‘vulnerable adult’ and might be in need of medical attention, according to The New York Division of Criminal Justice Services. He speaks a Chinese dialect called Tashanese.
The police are asking for anyone who sees him or knows where he is, to call 800-577-Tips or 911.