Vanessa Guillen Wiki – Vanessa Guillen Bio
Vanessa Guillén, a soldier stationed in Fort Hood, Texas, has been missing since the afternoon of Wednesday, April 22, 2020. Her car keys, car, and wallet were still on the base, but she may have had her phone with her. If you have any information, call the Army CID Special Agents at 254-495-7767 or the Military Police at 254-287-4001. This is what we know so far about what happened to Vanessa Guillén.
Vanessa Guillen Age
She is 22 years old.
Vanessa Guillen Information
Guillen is described as 5 feet 2 inches, 126 pounds with black hair and brown eyes.
Vanessa Guillen Missing & Last Seen
Vanessa Guillen, 20, is stationed in Fort Hood, Texas. She was last seen at 1 p.m. on Wednesday, April 22, in the parking lot of the Headquarters of the Regional Engineers Squadron, 3rd Cavalry Regiment, at Fort Hood, according to an Army press release. She is a private first class in the military, CNN reported. Family members circulating a Missing Person flyer said it was last seen in the Hell on Wheels parking lot between 16th and 19th streets in Fort Hood. Fort Hood is located in Killeen, Texas. This map shows the general location of the Fort Hood base.
According to a Facebook post by a friend, her phone pinged in a couple locations in Texas the day she went missing. But authorities have not confirmed this information and the post is no longer visible, so it’s not clear if this information was accurate or not.
It’s not known if Guillen was last seen by a specific person or on camera.
Vanessa Guillen Sister Mayra Guillen
Guillén had been working earlier in the day in the armory room. The keys to his car, the key to the barracks room, the identification card and the wallet were found in the armory room. According to her sister Mayra Guillen’s Facebook posts, Vanessa Guillen has had no contact with close friends, family or her boyfriend. His car is also at Fort Hood. “Something is not right, please help me find it,” Mayra wrote on Facebook. In response to questions about cameras at Fort Hood, several people have said on Facebook that there simply aren’t many cameras on the base. In a discussion about The Ft. Hood Fallen, a person who was at Fort Hood a year ago wrote: “There aren’t many cameras. Just a fact for Hood. Red light cameras, maybe, but surveillance? No.”
Fort Hood, as with many other places, has been under special shelter-in-place orders due to the coronavirus outbreak. This includes not checking ID cards, but running entry onto the base through an automated ID card scanner. In addition, no visitors have been allowed onto the barracks or on-post housing during the pandemic. A curfew was set for 10 p.m. to 5:30 a.m. every day, with soldiers only allowed to travel outside of curfew hours for essential functions.
Vanessa Guillen Boy Friend Juan Cruz
The soldier’s boyfriend, Juan Cruz, also posted a message to Twitter.
Please help me find my girlfriend her name is Vanessa guillen
She has 3 tattoos on her left arm
Please anything helps. pic.twitter.com/GZLBkamc4h
— quan (@trapixxx) April 24, 2020