Soldier Vanessa Guillen suspected of foul play in case of loss

Army investigators suspect the disappearance of Fort Hood soldier Vanessa Guillen, who disappeared from the Texas base two months ago.

Texas Rep. Sylvia Garcia made a revelation at the press conference Tuesday after joining Guillen’s family at a meeting with Fort Hood officials.

According to the live stream of the press conference, Garcia said, “Now they used foul words.” Posted on Facebook by KWTX News 10.

“Now they believe it’s a bad game and they follow all their clues.”

Last week, the army raised its $ 25,000 reward offer for information about Guillen’s whereabouts.

The 20-year-old member of the 3rd Cavalry Regiment was last seen on April 22 in the parking lot of the Regiment Engineer Fleet Headquarters.

Guillen search in the arsenal room where car keys, room key, ID card and wallet where he worked later, Actress Salma Hayek.

“One of Vanessa’s dreams has always been to join the US Army,” said Garcia at a press conference Tuesday, when Guillen’s family and lawyers attended.

“Now we are dealing with a tragedy. It’s a tragedy involving Vanessa’s missing for two months. ”

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