Police later said she was found in the area.
Police found her 2010 Jeep early Monday morning in the Galleria area.
Police in Houston have found the belongings of a missing sports reporter, but there's still no sign of her. The roommate said the blue truck looped back around and parked behind her and Roland got out of her vehicle and the truck sped off.
The roommate said she was supposed to be meeting up with Roland - but never heard from her.
On Sunday, Roland's mother received a text from her phone saying, "hello the owner of this phone Courtney".
Police say 29-year-old Courtney Roland was last seen Sunday evening walking alone in a store at a shopping mall. Anyone who has seen her since that time is encouraged to call our Missing Persons Unit 713-394-1840.
Investigators concerns intensified after Roland's white Jeep was found by officers that night in a parking in the 5000 block of Westheimer Road.
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"She was last confirmed seen 1/6/18 at around 11:50 pm leaving Walgreens off 20th and Yale".
"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.
Friends and family of Courtney Roland have been posting on social media about her disappearance, hoping to get information on her whereabouts.
Police said Roland lost her cellphone and was actively looking for it with an app on her iPad.
Her roommate told the station that Roland had texted her at around 12.30am on Sunday about a "suspicious man" she saw in Walgreens.
She is a reporter for Rivals covering the Texas A&M program.