AUSTIN, Texas - Texas Search and Rescue scoured Hippie Hollow Park in Travis County for missing musician Brenden Foster Sunday.
Searchers used dogs, drones, and boats to look for the missing 25-year-old, also known as “Chameleon King" but ultimately left empty-handed.
Foster was last seen at the park just before 1 p.m. on February 5. His sister Fadeelah Muhyee says the park is a place he loves and often comes to meditate.
Muhyee says her brother is a “loving spirit” adding “he truly believes in bringing joy to others. And it's important that someone this special is brought home that he's in danger.”
She says officials told her that her brother’s car was left at the park. Some of his belongings, including his eyeglasses, were left near the water at stairwell 14, the last stairwell in the park.
Muhyee fears her brother’s disappearance is not receiving necessary attention because he is a young black man with bipolar disorder.
“We just want people to have it in their heart to know that this is a human being. This is someone who deserves to be found, by any means.” she pleaded.
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Foster is 5'10", slender and may be wearing a nose ring. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Travis County Sheriff’s Office.
You can also help donate to the family through their GoFundMe page.