She also covers high school football recruiting across the Southeast Texas area. Her purse was found at a nearby business.
Houston Police told NBC News that missing journalist, Courtney Roland has been found. Police said, "She appears unharmed". She was concerned that she was being followed by a blue truck leaving Walgreens. Roland was meant to meet up with the roommate, but never showed up. "I am purchasing an iPad".
Police said Monday that Courtney Roland, 29, was found in the area of the shopping mall where she was last seen a day earlier. "She was last confirmed seen 1/6/18 leaving football camp in Houston", a social media post reads.
TwitterCourtney Roland a Houston-based sports reporter has been reported missing by her family and friends
Anyone with information about her is asked to call the Houston Police Department's Missing Persons hotline at 832-394-1840.
KPRC reports that the roommate did not hear from Roland again. The address where she was found was not provided by police. Roland apparently texted her friend to say a suspicious man was following her at a Walgreens. There is dispute online as to whether she was last seen in an Uber or another vehicle.
"We don't have an excessive number of points of interest at the present time; we're simply glad she's OK", Steve Roland told the Houston Chronicle. "I know Courtney would be praying for you, because that's the way she was".
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