Another soldier at Fort Hood was mysteriously missing, according to a notice issued late Thursday by the first cavalry division of the U.S. Army, Fox News reported. Sergeant elder Fernandes, 23, has never been seen since he was sent home by his superiors on Monday afternoon, the local police said. “We are actively looking for him and continue to keep in touch with his family, friends and law enforcement,” the first Cavalry Division said in an official statement. Our primary concern is to ensure his safety and happiness. ” According to the report, there have been a series of homicides at Fort Hood recently. Last week, corporal Cole Jakob Aton, 22, died in an accident in killin, Texas. In another widely reported case of concern, private Vanessa Guillen disappeared in April and her body was found in July. Before Gillen disappeared, she told her family that she had been sexually harassed by a sergeant in Fort Hood. Soldier Aaron David Robinson, suspected of involvement in Gillen’s disappearance, committed suicide last month when police tried to reach him. The remains of private Gregory Morales, who had been missing for nearly a year, were found in June. The U.S. military said the case may be related to the murder.