An inmate is unaccounted for at Josh Duggar's Texas prison. Salvador Gallegos, who is believed to have escaped, was discovered missing from Federal Correctional Institution Seagoville on Monday, October 31.
"The United States Marshals Service, Federal Bureau of Investigation, and other law enforcement agencies were notified," a press release from the Federal Bureau of Prisons read.
"An internal investigation was initiated," the statement continued. "Anyone with information about this individual should contact the United States Marshals Service at (214) 767 0836."
Gallegos, who was a first time offender serving a 13-year prison sentence for "possession with intent to distribute" at the minimum security prison, was described as weighing around 170 pounds and standing at roughly 5-foot-7.
He is reportedly considered a "walkaway" escapee and was serving out his sentence at a section of the facility known as a "satellite camp," which is the most lenient environment for incarcerated individuals, according to Jose Santana, who previously worked for the Bureau of Prisons.
"This incarcerated individual took the trust that the correctional administrator placed on him because those individuals have to prove themselves that they're not violent," Santana explained. "To be in a minimum security camp, which really has no fences… it is the least restrictive environment."
As OK! previously reported, Duggar is currently serving a 12.5 year sentence at the same facility after being convicted of receiving and possessing child pornography. He was transferred from Washington County Jail in Arkansas to FCI Seagoville shortly after his sentencing hearing in late May.