SUGAR LAND, Texas (FOX 26) - UPDATE: According to family, Heather Clark was found, just in time for Mother's Day. John Clark posted to Facebook and the Heather Is Missing Facebook page,
WE HAVE HEATHER! Praise God we have her! We (which includes so many of you reading this) have been praying non-stop for God to surround Heather with a mighty army of angels who would protect her, fight for her, find her, and bring her home safe. God answered the prayers. So much happened behind the scenes that we could not communicate publicly, but trust me it was an army! Countless thousands of prayers, volunteers who were AMAZING, private investigates, the FBI, and a team of former special forces that were a boots on the ground rescue operation.
It's not over. Heather is going to need a lot of recovery. She is not well. First lets all rejoice. Then refocus our prayers on Heather's healing. We all know that the sick, evil people that had her will have their ultimate day of reckoning.
PREVIOUS: 18-year-old Heather Clark's family made contact with FOX 26 stating that authorities previously reported that Clark had been found, when she'd actually only made contact with her family via a phone call.
Her family says that they are still concerned for Heather's safety, and state that she has not been found.
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PREVIOUS: According to the Fort Bend County Sheriff's Office, Heather has been found, and has made contact with her family.
PREVIOUS: The Fort Bend County Sheriff's Office is seeking help from the public to find a teen who was last seen on April 30. Heather Clark, 18, told her parents that she was going to a fitness center in Sugar Land. She left her vehicle at the Life Time Fitness center on 1331 State Highway 6 South to attend a party with a friend.
Investigators say there are no indications at this time of foul play regarding this case. Clark. last seen wearing a black sun dress, is described as a white female who stands at a height of 4-feet 11-inches tall, with green eyes and blonde hair.
Anyone has any information about the case is encouraged to contact the Fort Bend County Sheriff's Office by phone at 281-341-4665.