FBI has joined the police volunteers in the search for Erica Hernandez, she is a missing mother of three children who haven’t been since a week ago.
FBI, Representative and Investigators Meet with Hernandez Family
This past Monday Hernandez’s family met with Representative Sheila Jackson Lee and the investigations in Houston, Texas. Then after the meeting, Lee spoke to the media and said the search for the missing mother is moving on to a larger area. She has said the FBI, in fact, will provide more resources in the search.
Countless hours have been putting into this case. This is according to Houston police who do work in the department’s missing person’s division. They will continue to working very hard on this case until Hernandez is indeed founding.
FBI Initial Search
When the search was first started for Hernandez, investigators said they went to a county in Houston after they got a tip. Unfortunately, that search returned no results. Then, Houston police and many volunteers searched near Erica Hernandez’s neighborhood for clues. Moreover, nothing was founded in the neighborhood either.
Wooded areas, along creeks and banks were searching by Texas EquuSearch volunteers.
Because Hernandez’s SUV is also missing, the police believe she could be anywhere. A black 2020 GMC Acadia with a TX license plate MKJ3303 is what her SUV is described as. She also has an Aggie sticker on the back of her SUV, police also said.
Hernandez’s Clothing and Detailed Description
A teal v-neck T-shirt, jeans, and black and teal tennis shoes Hernandez was last seeing wearing. Hernandez is about 5-foot-3 and has waist-length, dark brown hair with highlights. She also has a nose piercing on the right side. In addition, she has three koala bears tattooed on her left shoulder blade. Hernandez also wears glasses.
To broaden the search, the investigators said they need help from the community. “In fact, we need eyes everywhere,” police said on Monday.
“We need eyes everywhere,” police said Monday.
If anyone may have seen Hernandez or her SUV, they should call the Houston Police Department at 832-394-1840 or call Texas EquuSearch at 281-309-9500.
A $1,000 reward for any information that will lead them to her whereabouts is what the Hernandez family is offering.