Numerous law enforcement officials have surrounded a home in Houston, possibly in connection with missing Austin mom Heidi Broussard and her infant daughter, Margo.
ABC 13 reports that authorities are conducting a “high profile investigation” at a home off of the 8100 block of Bo Jack Drive in the Rolling Fork neighborhood of NW Harris County. Investigators secured the area with crime scene tape and were specifically concentrating on a Nissan parked in the driveway. The car reportedly belongs to someone that Heidi knows.
At around 8:15 p.m., authorities entered the home.
A neighbor told ABC 13 that authorities asked if she remembered movement in and around the home on December 12, the day Heidi and Margo disappeared.
An infant was taken from the home after a Child Protective Services call to the local fire department. According to authorities, the baby was alive with no visible signs of injury.
A medical examiner’s van was seen arriving at the residence on Thursday night.
HAPPENING NOW: two dozen officers and agents from DPS, Texas Rangers, FBI and Austin Police are at a home in NW Harris County. They told neighbors it’s connected to an Austin missing persons case. They are focused on a car in the back. #abc13 pic.twitter.com/3V00Kg9azl
— Jessica Willey (@ImJessicaWilley) December 20, 2019
As CrimeOnline previously reported, Heidi was last seen dropping her son off at Cowan Elementary School in Austin on Thursday morning at around 7:50 a.m. Friends and family said she dropped the boy off at a book fair at the school.
Authorities said Heidi and her infant daughter, Margot, returned home afterward, at the Club at Summer Valley apartments off of West William Cannon Drive and South First Street. At some point afterward, both mom and baby disappeared. The apartment complex is around three miles away from the elementary school.
Heidi’s fiance, Shane Carey, reported her missing at around 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, around 12 hours from the last time he said he spoke to her.
The story is developing. Check back for updates.
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[Feature Photo: Heidi Broussard/Police Handout]