The husband of a teacher from Texas who has not been seen since Thursday, September 23 says his wife's vehicle was found in New Orleans according to KHOU.

Michael Reynolds says Michelle Reynolds is a sixth-grade language arts teacher, and the last time anyone saw her was Thursday of last week.

Michael was in New Orleans searching for his wife. The Brazoria County Sheriff's Office says they have classified Michelle's disappearance as a missing person's case.

The New Orleans Police Department is now working with the Brazoria Sheriff's Department. Michael Reynolds used a tracking device on his wife's Lexus SUV to locate the vehicle in New Orleans.

According to WWL, the husband says all of his wife's belongings were found in her car when it was located.

Reynolds drives a Lexus RX 300 with the Texas License Plate number RSV-2914. The Brazoria County Sheriff's Office can be reached at 979-849-2441.

Her husband said he and her brother drove to New Orleans to find the vehicle. He added that her phone was in the car, and while it did have a charge, the phone was turned off. She had not used the phone according to her husband.

WWL said that Reynolds' husband had the following to say,

I am heading back to Houston now because I have three children. My daughter is having a really tough time and so is my 13-year-old daughter and my 11-year-old son as well. Please be on the lookout for Michelle. We love her and miss her dearly. We're doing everything we can to bring her home safely.

Reynolds had apparently left to get something to eat, but she was not seen again.

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