The search for Michelle Reynolds continues

Texas EquuSearch founder Tim Miller said Michelle Reynolds’ husband called him to see if they could help. He agreed.

ALVIN, Texas – The search continues for an Alvin woman who has not been seen since last week.

Michelle Reynolds’ SUV was found by her husband in New Orleans on Saturday, two days after she was last seen. Her husband said his 48-year-old wife told him she was going to get food and never returned home.

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Texas EquuSearch founder Tim Miller said her husband called him to see if they could help.

On Tuesday, EquuSearch flew a helicopter over the Mississippi River as part of its initial search effort.

Reynolds’ husband tracked her vehicle to New Orleans, and eventually search teams found video of her.

“We actually have video of her parking her car and getting out of her car last Friday afternoon,” Miller said.

Miller said Reynolds parked her SUV near a church and walked away, leaving her personal belongings behind.

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“We know she left her purse in her car with her driver’s license, credit cards and cell phone,” Miller said.

Miller said a team will go to New Orleans to search the area.

“My concern, it’s pretty close to the Mississippi,” Miller said. “I picked up a helicopter today. I just got the video back from about 20 miles down the river to see if she’s in there. They haven’t found anything.”

They want to try to track her steps after she parks her SUV.

“We know Michelle was confused at this point. We don’t really know what was going on,” Miller said.

Miller said he would be traveling to New Orleans Tuesday night. He said Wednesday he would meet New Orleans Police Department and the Brazoria County Sheriff’s Office to discuss a plan. He plans to search for a helicopter along with a boat in the river again on Wednesday.

Here’s what her husband said in a KHOU 11 news report on Monday evening: The search for Michelle Reynolds continues

Laura Coffey

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