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A Texas sports reporter is missing and there are fears something bad happened.

Roland appears to be unharmed and is being taken to the Houston Methodist hospital for an evaluation, the Houston Police Department said.

Houston police found a Jeep belonging to the 29-year-old sports reporter Courtney Roland, who has gone missing in the area.

Early on Sunday, Ms Roland's roommate said she received a text that she was concerned a blue truck was following her just after leaving a pharmacy in her own vehicle.

Roland was supposed to meet her roommate later, but never showed.

Roland's mother told KPRC she received a text from her daughter's phone, saying, "hello the owner of this phone Courtney. I am buying an iPad", it read.

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.

TwitterCourtney Roland a Houston-based sports reporter has been reported missing by her family and friends
TwitterCourtney Roland a Houston-based sports reporter has been reported missing by her family and friends

Investigators concerns intensified after Roland's white Jeep was found by officers that night in a parking in the 5000 block of Westheimer Road.

Her roommate told local media Ms Roland texted her that she was anxious she was being followed by a man. Anyone who has seen her since that time is encouraged to call our Missing Persons Unit 713-394-1840.

She has reportedly been on high alert since the incident.

A message left on her phone was not immediately returned.

He told the Chronicle: "We don't have too many details right now; we're just happy she's OK". "I know Courtney would be praying for you, because that's the way she was".

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

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