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Army investigating disappearance of Fort Bragg soldier

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Pvt. Juliet Striped Wolf was last seeing leaving Fort Bragg Army Base on July 1, 2104. Pvt. Juliet Striped Wolf was last seeing leaving Fort Bragg Army Base on July 1, 2104.
FORT BRAGG, N.C. -

The United States Army has opened an investigation into the disappearance of a Fort Bragg solider who has been missing since July 1.

Pvt. Juliet Striped Wolf was last seen leaving Fort Bragg Army Base with a person her mother believes was "a threat" to her daughter.

"I base this on statements my daughter made to me and to the fact that this individual failed to appear in a court of law to face an assault and battery charge recently," Janel Striped Wolf, who lives in Arizona, said on Facebook.

A spokesman for the Army said Wednesday that it has no evidence to show that Juliet Striped Wolf disappeared under suspicious circumstances and the Army does not believe she "is the victim of foul play."

"But out of concern for the soldier's welfare, as well as some new information we have received, [the Army Criminal Investigation Command] has launched an investigation to try and determine the whereabouts of the Soldier who is currently in an AWOL status," said Chris Grey, the chief of public affairs for CID.

In a post on Facebook dated Aug. 13, Janel Striped Wolf said in speaking with her daughter's commanding office, she believes the person Juliet Striped Wolf was last seen with may have led her to leave her base apartment.

"In the course of the military's investigation, my daughter's roommate attested to the fact that there had been escalating behaviors toward my daughter that leads me to believe my daughter's health and safety are compromised," Janel Striped Wolf wrote. "Her roommate also said there were escalating phone calls and visits of a domestic violence nature and that this individual was taking all of my daughter's money."

A missing person's report has been filed with the Fayetteville Police Department.

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