UPDATE: Officials with Fort Bliss’ 1st Armored Division say Pfc. Shemar Messam has been found and he is safe.

The 21-year-old soldier went missing since Monday, and he had failed to report for duty on Tuesday.

EL PASO, Texas (KTSM) – Shemar Messam, a 1st Armored Division Soldier went missing on August 30.

According to the Fort Bliss Public Affairs Office, the 21-year-old 1st Armored Division Soldier is still currently missing. His duty status became unknown when he failed to report for duty on August 30, 2022. He was last heard from at approximately 5:20 p.m. on August 29.

In the last 24 hours the 1st Armored Division has attempted to locate the soldier by phone contact and visiting his off post apartment on but has not been able to locate him. 1st Armored Division is continuing to make calls to his wife, brothers and family but has so far been unsuccessful.

If you have any information on Pfc. Shemar., you can contact the Fort Bliss Military Police Office, which can be reached at 744-2115.

Courtesy of Fort Bliss. Missing Individual: Shemar Messam

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