The US Army will reward $ 25,000 for missing soldiers information



US Army investigators are offering a cash reward for information that a soldier in Fort Hood, Texas, disappeared from his base.


20-year-old Private First Class Vanessa Gillen was last seen on April 22 in the car park where she worked.

Her car and barrack keys, ID card, and wallet were found in the weapons room earlier that day.

The rallies were found outside her base and in her native Houston, with further planning until she was found.

On Monday, the Army Criminal Investigation Command (CID) raised the prize to $ 25,000 (£ 20,000).

Army CID spokeswoman Chris Gray said in a statement, "We are fully committed to finding Vanessa and are aggressive after every reliable information and every lead in this investigation." "We won't stop until we find Vanessa."

He was last seen wearing "purple fitness-type pants" and a black T-shirt and was an "avid runner," the statement said.

Over 150 interviews were held and the announcement continued. Other law enforcement agencies, including the FBI, have also been asked to assist in the nationwide search.

The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children has also joined the search. Authorities say they have no information to say that they were sexually abused, despite allegations from their family that they had been abused.

The statement also dismissed claims that his disappearance was linked to the private Gregory Wessel-Morales case, which he lost in April 2019 while driving his car in Killeen, Texas.

Mrs. Gillen, a small arms repairman with a 3-cavalry regiment, originally came from Houston, Texas - 200 miles (320 km) from Fort Hood.

Her family and the League of United Latin American Citizens held rallies to remind the public that she was still missing.

Actress Salma Hayek used her Instagram account to highlight her 15m followers.

"Her mother, Gloria, claimed that a sergeant had complained of sexual harassment against her," she wrote. "When her mother advised her to report, Vanessa said other women reported her and she did not believe it."

"Vanessa and Gloria, I believe you pledge to keep photos of me and Vanessa on my stories every day until I find them," she continued.

Mrs. Gullen's sister, Myra, told NBC that she was texting with her sister the day before she went missing.

"She's talking about the car she wants for her birthday. It's in September," she said.

"Everything is well and normal. Now, everything is a nightmare."

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