Daniel Holtzclaw is no longer listed on the website for the Oklahoma Department of Corrections, and officials are citing security reasons, KFOR reports.
The news station notes that the website, which shows criminal convictions, mug shots and inmates’ locations, has deleted Holtzclaw, who was recently sentenced to 263 years in prison for raping several women while on duty.
The news station inquired about Holtzclaw whereabouts, but the Department of Corrections is reportedly being tight-lipped.
“We are not going to comment; it is a matter of security,” Oklahoma DOC spokesperson Terri Watkins told the news station. Watkins did, however, state that Holtzclaw was still in custody.
The New York Daily News notes that Holtzclaw’s last known location was the Lexington Assessment and Reception Center for intake Tuesday.
According to KFOR, one of the victims has been notified about the change in status.