Missing since December 11, 27-year-old Melissa Morales of Rosenberg was located in a Friendswood mall Monday and admitted to a hospital.
Lt. Margaret Hedden of the Rosenberg Police Department said Melissa Morales walked up to a security guard at the mall and asked him to call her parents. She was then admitted to the hospital for dehydration.
Morales was reported missing from her home after she left between the hours of 3 a.m. and 7 a.m. that Sunday, Dec. 11, without telling anyone where she was going or when she would return.
“We do know that she tried to open a bank account in Friendswood with no money on Dec. 13,” Hedden said. “But for now, we’re just relieved to know she’s been found and she’s in a hospital being taken care of.”
EquuSearch To Perform Aerial Search For Missing Woman, Melissa Morales
Melissa Morales has been missing since December 11 when she drove off in her parents car. Tim Miller and Texas EquuSearch volunteers will search the Rosenberg area with a plane and helicopter on Tuesday for a Melissa Morales.
Poster of Melissa Morales
Melissa Morales, 27, has not been seen since she left her home in Fort Bend County on Dec. 11.
Investigators said she was last seen in her mother’s 2002 black Honda CRV with Texas license place P44 GYK.
Morales is 5 feet 7 inches tall and weighs between 200 and 225 pounds. She has brown hair and eyes.
Anyone with information should call Texas EquuSearch at (281) 309-9500 or your local police department.
Melissa Morales, 27, has been missing from her Dogwood Drive home since early morning on Dec. 11. She left her home unannounced and drove off in a 2002 black Honda CR-V that belonged to her mother.
We’re concerned because she’s not mentally stable,” Rosenberg Police Lt. Margaret Hedden, head of the department’s Criminal Investigation Division, said Monday.
The car Morales left in had only enough gas to go about 100 miles, Hedden said. The woman didn’t take a purse or money with her.
Melissa Morales is described as follows:
- Hispanic woman
- brown hair
- brown eyes
- about 5 foot, 7 inches tall
- weighing 200-225 pounds
- Last seen in a 2002 black Honda CR-V
Heddon said Morales family members distributed fliers about the missing woman as they traveled to Austin recently. A gas station operator along the way thought he recognized the woman from a picture on the flier. Otherwise, however, there have been few leads in the case.
Having recently heard of the disappearance, Tim Miller of Texas EquuSearch said that he was more than willing to help out in the search for Melissa Morales.
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