Pvt. Halliday was last seen on July 23, 2020 at his on-post barracks room. | Photo courtesy US Army
On the eve of the one year anniversary of his disappearance, officials at Fort Bliss provided an update on the search for Private Richard Halliday.
“Since assuming control of this investigation, Fort Bliss CID continues to aggressively pursue all credible information,” Fort Bliss officials shared. “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 Fort Bliss CID in the search for Pvt. Halliday.”
According to officials, as part of the investigation, U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command (CID) special agents completed 65 subpoenas and actioned five search warrants to further efforts to find him.
Fort Bliss officials continue to make wide appeals for information from the public to help them find Pvt. Richard Halliday.
“We would like to remind our community and anyone who receives this message that they can help us find Pvt. Halliday,” Army officials shared via a news release. “The Army continues to offer a $25,000 reward for credible information that leads to finding Pvt. Halliday”
Anyone may report tips, leads, or valuable information anonymously by calling Fort Bliss CID at 915-568-1700 or online.
CID Special Agents and the command remain in communication with the Halliday family.
Pvt. Halliday, 22, enlisted in the U.S. Army in April 2018. After initial entry training at Fort Sill, Oklahoma he reported to Fort Bliss, Texas. He is assigned to D Battery, 1-43rd Air Defense Artillery Regiment, 11th Air Defense Artillery Brigade, 32nd Army and Air Missile
Defense Command at Fort Bliss.
Pvt. Halliday was last accounted for on July 23, 2020 and now remains in a “Missing” status.