Rivals.com reporter Courtney Roland missing in Houston

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

She originally went missing Saturday night after reporting on a football camp, and her friend called the Police the next day. She drives a 2010 white Jeep Cherokee.

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

It also said that Roland's mother received a text on Sunday from missing daughter's phone number saying: "Hello the owner of this phone Courtney".

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The Houston Police Department posted on Twitter that Roland, 29, has been found safe after she had been missing since Saturday. She appeared to be unharmed, Houston police tweeted.

Roland's roommate told KPRC that Roland texted her about a suspicious man she saw in Walgreens who was following her.

Now, the Houston PD has confirmed Roland was found. saying, "A passerby called us about 8:15am, stating Ms. Roland was under an overpass at the 610 West Loop at Richmond". Her phone was inside the vehicle.

Roland covers Texas A&M athletics for Rivals, a Yahoo!-owned online publication focusing on college sports.

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Further details surrounding the cause of her disappearance were not immediately disclosed.

Police said they believe her confusion to be a result of a reaction to medication. They say Roland later planned to meet up with her roommate but failed to appear.

Gov. Greg Abbott on Sunday retweeted a plea to help find Roland with the hashtag #HelpFindCourtney. The family have since filed a missing persons report with Houston police.

Brian Perroni, a reporter with sports news site 247Sports and who described himself as a family friend, told NBC News that Roland's auto, purse and phone were found in the Galleria mall area Sunday afternoon.

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