Missing Texas journalist Courtney Roland has been found


Her roommate later said he and Roland planned to meet later Sunday, but he told KPRC he didn't hear from her again.

"She's still having problems with her memory", said Houston Police during a press conference Monday afternoon.

A reporter for a Texas college football team who mysteriously went missing on the weekend was found on Monday, Jan. 8, Houston police said.

Her family have filed a missing persons report with Houston police, ABC13 reports.

On Sunday, the television station added, "Roland's mother received a text from her phone saying, 'hello the owner of this phone Courtney".

The Houston Police Department posted on Twitter that Roland, 29, has been found safe after she had been missing since Saturday.

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According to one post, she left the camp in an Uber and returned home, before later leaving again to go to Walgreens, a USA supermarket. Roland and her roommate meant to meet up later that day, but she never appeared.

Cruz said she appeared to have spent much of her time searching for her phone, which was found in the Jeep along with other personal items. The address where she was found was not provided by police. They said that she appeared "unharmed" in an updated Tweet and said that she would be taken to a hospital for evaluation.

Roland's roommate told NBC affiliate KPRC that she heard from Roland at about midnight when she sent a text saying she was being followed from a Walgreens by a man in a blue truck, the report said. Roland and her roommate meant to meet up later that day, but she never appeared.

Courtney Roland, a Texas A&M reporter for Rivals.com, was last seen walking alone in a store at the Galleria in Houston around 5:40 p.m. Sunday, police said. Her purse - which contained an iPad, computer, and credit cards - was found intact somewhere inside the mall, according to KHOU.

Anyone with information is encouraged to call Houston police at 832-394-1840.