Search for missing Fort Hood soldier Vanessa Guillen turns up remains in shallow grave near Leon River – The Sun

HUMAN remains have reportedly been found in a shallow grave near where missing soldier Vanessa Guillen disappeared.

A source told Crime Online an unidentified body was discovered near Leon River – close to Fort Hood military base in Texas where 20-year-old Guillen was last seen more than two months ago.

Amid the search for Guillen, police have found other remains.

Earlier this month, police found the remains of 24-year-old Pvt Gregory Scott Morales.

Morales' remains were found in a field near Fort Hood, where he was also stationed.

The 24-year-old's remains were found on August 19, 2019.

On Saturday, a second set of unidentified human remains was found near where Morales' were discovered.

Texas Rep. Sylvia Garcia recently confirmed that the army is suspicious of Guillen's disappearance, and have "used the words foul play."

The missing soldier told her mother before her disappearance that she did not feel safe at the base.

She told her mom a sergeant had been sexually harassing her, Crime Online reported.

Guillen was last seen at the Regimental Engineer Squadron Headquarters parking lot.

Her ID card, wallet, and keys were all found in the room where she worked after she disappeared.

The army initially offered a $15,000 reward for information on her whereabouts – but the amount was recently increased to $25,000.

Guillen is described as a Hispanic female, standing 5 feet, 2 inches tall. She has brown eyes, black hair, and weighs around 126 pounds.

She also has a mole on her chin, and a tattoo of a mountain on her left shoulder.


On her left arm, she has a tattoo of a flower on her left arm.

“This shouldn’t be happening. This is on a federal government base. A military base,” the Guillen family’s attorney Natalie Khawam previously told CBS News of the soldier's disappearance.

Anyone with any information on Guillen is asked to call the Army CID Special Agents at 254-495-7767 or the Military Police Desk at 254-287-4001.

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