'Thank Jesus!' her friend Brian Perroni, who had been working with the family to share updates of her disappearance, tweeted.
Monday morning she was spotted at a Texas Chick-Fil-A this morning by someone who recognized her and called the police, ABC's Courtney Fischer tweeted. No other details were released and authorities say more information will be provided later Monday.
Another post, made by a friend of hers, she was anxious "that she was being followed by a blue truck leaving Walgreens".
Roland was supposed to meet the roommate, but was not heard from again.
Police took Roland to a hospital to be checked out.
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The search for Roland went viral after the woman's friend said she got a text from Courtney saying she believed she was being followed by a suspicious man who tailed her out of a Walgreens.
It is not yet clear why Roland disappeared or where she has been during that time.
The Houston Police Department's missing persons bureau can be reached on 832-394-1816.
Police say 29-year-old Courtney Roland was last seen Sunday evening walking alone in a store at a shopping mall. There is dispute online as to whether she was last seen in an Uber or another vehicle. We are not providing the location where she was found or hospital at this time.
Governor Greg Abbott took to social media Sunday in an effort to help find the missing reporter, using the hashtag #HelpFindCourtney.