Pvt Richard Halliday | Photo courtesy US Army

Fort Bliss continues search for Pvt. Halliday; Post says no new, credible leads

Officials with Ft. Bliss provided an update Tuesday in the continuing search for Pvt. Richard Halliday.

“Pvt. Halliday was last accounted for on July 23, 2020. To date, U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command (CID) Special Agents have completed 65 subpoenas and five search warrants to discover the possible location of Pvt. Halliday,” officials shared. “He remains in a Missing status.”

U.S. Army CID is offering $25,000 for any credible information in this case.

Officials added that, since assuming control of this investigation, U.S. Army CID has aggressively pursued all credible information.

Fifteen different state, local, and Federal agencies continue to commit resources and active support to aid Fort Bliss, 32d Army Air and Missile Defense
Command and the Army CID in our search for Pvt. Halliday.

CID Special Agents also remain in constant communication with the Halliday family and continue to provide them with timely investigative updates.

Pvt. Halliday is assigned to D Battery, 1-43rd Air Defense Artillery Regiment, 11th Air Defense Artillery Brigade, 32nd Army Air Missile Defense Command at Fort Bliss.

Fort Bliss officials again ask that anyone with information regarding Pvt. Halliday’s whereabouts to contact the Fort Bliss Criminal Investigation Division Office at 915-568-1700, the Fort Bliss Military Police at 915-744-1237, or contact their local police department.

Persons can also anonymously submit information online.

Anonymity will be honored to the degree allowable under the law, and any information provided will be held in the strictest confidence.