Salma Hayek has joined the efforts to find an army soldier who went missing on a Texas military base, vowing to share her photo “every day until she is found.”
The actress used her Instagram page to raise awareness about the disappearance of Private First Class Vanessa Guillen, who was last seen at Fort Hood on April 22.
Guillen left behind her car keys, wallet and barracks room key at her work station — and her family insists that she disappeared under suspicious circumstances, news station KHOU reported.
“Her mother, Gloria, claims that she had complained about a sergeant sexually harassing her,” Hayek wrote on Instagram. “When her mother advised her to report him, Vanessa said other women had reported him and they were not believed.”
Hayek said she believes Vanessa and pledged to put her “photo on my stories every day until she is found.”
“Bring back Vanessa… We won’t stop until you come back,” Hayek wrote in another post.
The Army Criminal Investigation Command has offered $15,000 for any credible information about Guillen’s disappearance.
“Pfc. Vanessa Guillen is a highly valued member of the 3rd Cavalry Regiment,” Col. Ralph Overland told KHOU. “We will maintain our resolve to locate Pfc. Vanessa Guillen and will continue our efforts until she is found. We will never quit searching.”