Police, family search for missing Houston reporter

09 January, 2018, 00:59 | Author: Luis Fowler
  • Police search for missing journalist in Houston area

She was first reported missing late Saturday night on January 6. after telling a friend that she was being followed by someone, the Houston Chronicle reported.

Houston police officials confirmed that a missing person's report was filed in Roland's case, but they have said little else. She will be taken to a hospital to be evaluated.

Monday morning, Houston Police told NBC News that Roland had been found, saying, "She appears unharmed".

Police found a sports reporter Monday morning who had gone missing in the Houston area. She was anxious that she was being followed by a blue truck leaving Walgreens, location unknown.

Vara should meet soon thereafter with Roland, however she didn't appear.

Courtney's mother said she received a unusual text from her phone that said "hello the owner of this phone Courtney. I am purchasing an iPad".

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She was an intern in the sports department at KPRC2 back in 2010.

"She seems pretty confused about everything", said Houston Police.

Anyone with information is encouraged to call Houston police at 832-394-1840. There is dispute online as to whether she was last seen in an Uber or another vehicle.

"If somebody has her, we just want to tell them we love you too", her dad, Steve Roland, told KHOU.

Roland's mother told KPRC she received a text from her daughter's phone, saying, "hello the owner of this phone Courtney".

Throughout social media, Roland's peers and colleagues posted about the reporter's disappearance.



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