Courtney Roland was 'confused' had 'problems with memory' after being found

On Sunday, the television station added, "Roland's mother received a text from her phone saying, 'hello the owner of this phone Courtney". She said he drove a blue truck and pulled up behind her in her driveway, but drove off after she got out of her vehicle.

Shortly before announcing she had been found, Houston Police updated the previous timeline to report that Roland had been seen alone in a mall on Sunday.

"When our people were talking with her she seemed pretty confused about everything", police Lt. Manuel Cruz Jr. said.

Roland covers Texas A&M football for AggieYell.com and Rivals.com, according to the Houston Chronicle.

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Officers said Monday that they found Roland's vehicle overnight near The Galleria, a mall in Houston.

The family of a 29-year-old sports reporter said she vanished after being followed by a suspicious man, according to multiple reports.

No further information was released. Roland and her roommate meant to meet up later that day, but she never appeared.

Messages left on phones listed for Roland and for her family members were not returned.

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Ms Roland went missing on the weekend. The address where she was found was not provided by police.

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. However, it now appears that the last vehicle Roland was in was her own Jeep Cherokee. They said that she appeared "unharmed" in an updated Tweet and said that she would be taken to a hospital for evaluation.

Her Jeep later was found with her phone and other personal items inside. Her purse was found at a nearby business.

Her disappearance Saturday after covering a football camp for top athletes prompted family and friends to use social media as a platform to find her, and Gov. Greg Abbott on Sunday retweeted a plea to help search for her with the hashtag #HelpFindCourtney.

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