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BSO looking for missing man with mental health issues

Bossier Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help in finding a Bossier Parish man with mental health issues who has been missing for three days.

Boshmone “Bosh” Cord Higgins, 25
Boshmone “Bosh” Cord Higgins, 25

The mother of Boshmone “Bosh” Cord Higgins, 25, informed the Bossier Sheriff’s Office that her son left her house in south Bossier and started walking down Caplis Sligo Road on Feb. 3; he had residing with her since mid-December. Higgins is prescribed medication for his mental health issues, but he has not been taking his medication, and his mother is concerned for his safety.

Higgins may be heading to Denton, Texas, where he used to live. He does not have a cell phone on him and left only lightly-clothed with just a t-shirt and little money. Bossier Sheriff’s Office is coordinating with the Denton Police Department, but detectives believe Higgins could still be in northwest Louisiana.

If you locate Higgins or know of his whereabouts, please contact the Bossier Sheriff’s Office at (318) 965-2203.

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