Police tweeted Monday morning that the passer-by had seen news reports that 29-year-old Courtney Roland was missing and recognized her near Interstate 610 in west Houston. Police later said she was found in the area.
Her father, Steve Roland, said that police called him on Monday from a Chick-fil-A but he was not sure if that's where police found her. Police say most of the time she was missing, she was searching for her phone - which was found in her vehicle.
Family and friends are desperately searching for a missing sports reporter who hasn't been heard from since messaging her roommate to say she was being followed by a "suspicious man". The man followed her home in a blue truck but allegedly drove off when Roland got out her vehicle.
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Courtney Roland was found close to The Galleria shopping center in western Houston, as indicated by nearby police.
This is a developing story. CrimeOnline will provide an update when more information is available. At one point she was using an iPad app in an effort to find the phone. "She was last confirmed seen 1/6/18 leaving football camp in Houston", a social media post reads.
Roland's roommate told KPRC that the now-missing woman texted her Saturday, saying a "suspicious" man at a Walgreens was following her.
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A message left on her phone was not immediately returned.
"If somebody has her, we just want to tell them that we love you too".
Roland's family has been pleading for her whereabouts. And I know Courtney would be praying for you, because that's the way she was.
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