Fort Hood officials seek help in locating Pfc. Jennifer Sewell. Sewell was last seen leaving her on-post barracks at approximately 4 p.m. on Oct. 7.

FORT HOOD, Texas –The Fort Hood Directorate of Emergency Services, commonly known as DES, is seeking the public’s help in locating Fort Hood soldier, Pfc. Jennifer Sewell.

On Oct. 7, Sewell’s unit reported that she failed to report to work. Attempts to contact Sewell by law enforcement, her chain-of-command and her Family have been unsuccessful.

Sewell is an African American female, 5 feet 5 inches tall, with brown hair and brown eyes.

She does not own a vehicle.

Initial investigation appears that Sewell left for unknown reasons on her own accord.

Sewell was last seen leaving her on-post barracks at approximately 4 p.m. on Oct. 7.

Military officials are in constant contact with Sewell’s unit, her Family and close friends to ensure her health and safety.

Anyone with information related to the location of Sewell or details related to the conditions she went missing should contact the Fort Hood Military Police at (254) 288-1170.

Law enforcement officials will protect the privacy of those who wish to remain anonymous to the degree allowable under law and hold information to the strictest confidence.

If you observe any suspicious activity in your area please contact the Fort Hood Military Police desk at (254) 288-1131.

Gen. Michael X. Garrett, U.S. Army Forces Command commanding general, recognizes Pfc. Jennifer Sewell, of Regimental Support Squadron, 3d Cavalry Regiment, for her outstanding contributions to the Muleskinner Squadron, Jul. 16 at Fort Hood, Texas.