The identity of the man pulled from the Red River this week has been released.
KTBS 3 News has learned that the body is that of 87 year-old Foster Anderson. The elderly man, who had Alzheimer's disease, was reported missing earlier this month.
Anderson's body was found just before 9 o'clock Thursday a little north of the Boomtown Casino on the Shreveport side of the river.
Authorities believe that Anderson is the same person who fell into the Red River two weeks ago.
Back on February 7, 2013, rescue crews from both sides of the Red River searched for a man who witnesses say fell into the water from a train trestle between Shreveport and Bossier City. Sources say the train conductor told investigators he hit one person who was walking in the middle of the bridge near downtown Shreveport but Caddo Parish Deputies still aren't sure if the man was actually hit by the train or not.