Washington, D.C. – Today, U.S. Rep. Terri Sewell (AL-07) released the following statement regarding her efforts to help locate Alexander Drueke, a former U.S. service member from Tuscaloosa who volunteered to assist the Ukrainian Army in their war against Russia and whose whereabouts are unknown:
“Earlier this week, the mother of Alexander Drueke, a Tuscaloosa Army Veteran who volunteered to assist the Ukrainian Army in combating Russia, reached out to my office after losing contact with her son. According to his family, they have not heard from Drueke in several days.
“My office has been in contact with the State Department, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and other members of the Alabama Congressional Delegation regarding this urgent matter. We will continue to do everything in our power to assist in locating him and finding answers for his family.
“As we work to determine his whereabouts, please join me in praying for Alexander and his family during this incredibly difficult time.”