Courtney's mother said she received a odd text from her phone that said "hello the owner of this phone Courtney".
Roland, a Texas A&M correspondent for Rivalsdotcom and AggieYelldotcom, disclosed to Vara the man hurried off in his blue truck when she escaped her auto, NBC member KPRC detailed. Police say most of the time she was missing, she was searching for her phone - which was found in her vehicle.
Roland covers Texas A&M football for AggieYell.com and Rivals.com, according to the Houston Chronicle.
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No further information was released. She appeared to be unharmed, Houston police tweeted.
Police said, Roland's white Jeep was later was found with her phone and other personal items inside.
Roland didn't seem, by all accounts, to be hurt, police stated, yet will be assessed at a healing facility. Police say they won't immediately say where she was found.
UPDATE: Our officers have found Ms. Roland in the Galleria area. Her purse was found elsewhere.
Roland's roommate told KPRC that Roland texted her about a suspicious man she saw in Walgreens who was following her. Roland and her roommate meant to meet up later that day, but she never appeared.
Officers said Roland was last seen walking alone in a store at the mall around 5:40 p.m. Sunday. We are not providing the location where she was found or hospital at this time.