Woman, 2 children who went missing from Greenspoint area found safe in Galveston, Texas EquuSearch says

HOUSTON – Texas EquuSearch’s Tim Miller said a family missing since Sunday has been found safe in Galveston.

The mother and two children were considered to be in extreme danger, according to Texas EquuSearch.

Officials said Tiffany Reed, 35, Maniah Jackson, 4, and Darius Jackson, 3, were last seen in the Greenspoint and FM 1960 area on Sunday. Reed is described as a Black woman, 5′5″ tall and 125 pounds. She has brown eyes and black hair.

Miller said he is on his way to Galveston Police Departmen with Reed’s sister in an effort to learn more details about the family’s disappearance.

According to Reed’s sister, Shacolby, the last person who reportedly saw Reed was her boyfriend, who said they were at a furniture store on FM 1960 on Sunday around noon. The boyfriend said Reed and the children were in the car, but when he came out, they were gone but the car was still there.

Shacolby said the family has been looking for Reed on Houston’s northside and attempted to retrieve surveillance video at the furniture store. However, the family said it wasn’t given to them. Police said they will go back and request the video, according to Shacolby.

Shacolby said they also received a tip that Reed and the children were at the Inn Town Suites on FM 1960. A maintenance man said he saw her but when police arrived, he said he was mistaken.

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