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Community activists join in search efforts to help find an 18-year-old girl who went missing from SW Houston

 

HOUSTON, Texas — Sara Goodwin’s loved ones are requesting assistance from the community. Goodwin, 18, was last seen in southwest Houston around South Course Drive and Bissonnet Street wearing a fluffy white jacket. According to a press release, she was allegedly dragged into a white 2015-2017 Honda CRV by an unidentified guy on Feb. 6. 

After receiving no assistance from law enforcement, Sarah’s friends reached out to community activist Quanell X for assistance. Community activists were able to obtain surveillance video where the 18-year-old is seen getting into an SUV described as a 2015-2017 (light-colored) four-door Honda CRV with black rims around February 6, 2022. 

Previously, the same vehicle had been seen in the Bissonnet area trying to pick up other young ladies. Several anonymous sources told us that the man carried a gun with him and had previously held a girl at gunpoint. The girl who wishes to remain anonymous in fear of being revictimized told friends that she was forced to jump out of the man’s moving vehicle without clothes on in an attempt to save her own life. 

The Houston Police Department released the following statement about the case: “The missing person investigation is an open investigation. From surveillance video, it does show that the missing person willingly got into the vehicle seen on camera.”

Anyone that has information is urged to contact the Houston Police Department’s Missing Person Unit at 832-394-1840.

 

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