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 A Sheriff's Office official says a mother and her daughter who were reported missing Tuesday from Tiki Island in Galveston County has been found safe.
 
Investigators said Heather and Penelope Inks had been last seen on Monday at UTMB.  The mother went to UTMB hospital for an injury to her head and after that she went missing. Her car was found Wednesday afternoon.
 
Investigators said the mother had been going through a custody battle with the child’s father.


Heather and Penelope Inks
Missing From:  Tiki Island, Galveston County
Date Missing:  01-28-2014
Age: 31 and 9
Sex: Females
Height: 5’04”  and 4’10”
Weight: 98 and 70
Build: Thin and Thin 
Eyes: brown blue
Hair: Brown and long brown down to waist    
Race: Caucasian
Clothing:  blue jeans and red shirt, unknown on child

Circumstances behind Disappearance: Missing Persons tan Ford Explorer sports track was found Abandoned under Tiki Island bridge on 01-28-2014. 
Heather was last known to have her 9 years of age daughter, Penelope Inks with her. Heather and Penelope were last seen on 01-27-2104 at UTMB hospital.

IF YOU HAVE INFORMATION ABOUT HEATHER OR PENELOPE INKS
CALL THE GALVESTON COUNTY SHRIFF’S OFFICE AT 409-766-2322 OR DETECTIVE MARK BONNER AT 409-621-7927


Comments:
I HOPE THE MOMMY & DAUGHTER ARE FOUND SAFE.. HOPE NO FOUL PLAY...
Posted by soclosetohome at 1/29/2014 9:04:59 PM

Prayers up.
Posted by Les at 1/29/2014 10:38:28 PM

There was no foul play!!! This woman was on Facebook the day after she "went missing"!!!
Posted by nicole at 1/30/2014 7:16:20 AM

I hope they find the m and daugther safe and sound... Prayers coming all the way from Grand Prairie Texas
Posted by Rachel at 1/30/2014 7:41:00 AM

i hope they find these two people alive and well. and i will pray for both of them and may GOD BE WITH THEM!
Posted by Debbie Lumas at 1/30/2014 8:57:31 AM

For those who say there was no foul play because the woman was on fb the day after she went missing, you really may not be getting it. Anyone who knows your login info can go on your page and make it seems as though it is you doing the posting.
Posted by moondoggie at 1/30/2014 11:37:56 AM

May God be with them
Posted by sam at 1/30/2014 12:03:33 PM

I hope they are okay, and someone else besides her could of been on her facebook page.
Posted by JM at 1/30/2014 12:07:04 PM

I was looking for this to be on the News and nothing on any of the local channels. Why not? This is too close to home.
Posted by TXLMSW at 1/30/2014 12:39:13 PM

Yes I leave my FB open all the time so her page could be open, but Hope they are both ok
Posted by MB at 1/30/2014 12:44:54 PM

GCSO might want to update this story...
Posted by blueeyes at 1/30/2014 1:11:25 PM

you should see the pics on her facebook page, she is hiding from somebody.
Posted by Chandra at 1/30/2014 3:23:57 PM

Heather and her daughter are OK. I just looked at her FB page she said she was at utmb on Monday, shows a what appears to be blood on her clothes, picture is a bit cloudy and a partial pic of her face. Glad she surfaced as I was willing to go on search and rescue to help find them. Wish she or someone that knew would have let the public know she and child we're alive. Y'all check out her public FB page. Heather Ink.
Posted by Kay Kay at 1/30/2014 5:25:04 PM

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