Missing Mom Michelle Townsend Reynolds SUV Found 600 Miles From Home
After informing her husband she was going to fetch groceries, a Texas mother of three, Michelle Townsend Reynolds vanished. Only for her car and possessions had been discovered hundreds of miles away in New Orleans.
After leaving the house in her Lexus RX300 on Thursday, Michelle Townsend Reynolds, 48, a sixth-grade teacher at Fairview Junior High in Alvin, close to Houston, was reported missing by her husband, according to KHOU.
Using the SUV’s geo-location technology, the spouse claimed to have located it two days later in New Orleans, which is about 600 miles from where she left. The family has no relatives or friends in Louisiana, so it would seem odd that she traveled so far. Surveillance video showed she got out of her car, and started walking. The spouse of the missing woman said that Michelle Reynold had mental health problems, which may have contributed to her disappearance. The mother is thought to have stopped taking her prescription medicine days before going missing.
Inside Michelle Reynolds’ car, police discovered her pocketbook with her credit cards, license, and cell phone.
48-year-old It is suspected that Michelle Reynolds left her Alvin, Texas, home in the late afternoon of September 22, 2022. Driving a gray 2018 Lexus NX 300 with the license plate RSV-2914 was Michelle. In New Orleans, Louisiana, authorities have discovered the car Michelle was operating. Michelle’s attire at the time of her disappearance is unknown, but she might have been wearing black leggings.
Please contact the Brazoria County Sheriff’s Office at (281) 331-9000 or Texas EquuSearch at (281) 309-9500 if you have seen Michelle Reynolds since she was reported missing, if you know of her present whereabouts, or if you have any other information regarding Michelle’s disappearance.