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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.

KPRC reports Courtney Roland, 29, a Texas A&M football reporter for AggieYell.com, disappeared after covering Texas Team Elite football camp in the Houston area.

Responding officers arranged for her to be taken to a hospital for evaluation.

Her Jeep was found Sunday at a shopping mall in west Houston and a passer-by who spotted her walking Monday underneath a highway overpass called police after recognizing her from media reports. Meanwhile, her purse was found at a nearby business.

The 29-year-old's roommate told Houston television station KPRC that Roland sent a text at 12:30 a.m. Sunday, saying she was in her vehicle and being followed by a suspicious man. She was anxious that she was being followed by a blue truck leaving Walgreens, location unknown.

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Roland was supposed to meet her roommate later, but never showed. On Sunday, Courtney's mother reportedly received a odd text from her daughter's phone. "I am buying an iPad", according to Click 2 Houston. The address where she was found was not provided by police.

On her website, Courtney defines herself as a "Sports Reporter-Sidelines-Host-Producer-Videographer-Editor-Radio-Writer-Blogger".

The Houston Police Department updated the information to say that Roland was seen at 5:40 p.m. local time at a mall on Sunday.

"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.

Roland texted her roommate that same day, saying she feared a odd man at a Walgreens was following her, Click2Houston reports. "Prayers out to her family during this hard time".