Search called off for woman who went missing after her child was found alone in vehicle, group says

Search called off for woman who went missing after her child was found alone in vehicle, group says
Search called off for woman who went missing after her child was found alone in vehicle, group says

HOUSTON – Texas EquuSearch is calling off the search Monday for a woman who went missing over the weekend.

The group said her father was contacted by Laura “Lacie” Read. He told the group that she said, via text, that she is all right. Her father said that the search should end, according to the search organization.

The group said she answered questions from her father, via text, that only she would know.

The family of 34-year-old asked the public for help to find her over the weekend.

Read was reported missing after her 1-year-old son, Xayden, was found alone in a vehicle, Texas EquuSearch said. Tim Miller with Texas Equusearch said searchers found her cell phone in Marshall’s on Sunday.

“It’s horrible,” said Read’s father, Randy. “She would not leave him alone. Something has happened. Somebody has forced her into something.”

Houston police said Read was last seen about 7 p.m. Saturday in the 3300 block of Smith Street in Midtown.

A representative of Texas EquuSearch said Read’s child was found alone in a vehicle in Midtown, just outside a Dollar Tree.


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