Fehintola Omidele: Young doctor goes missing in Texas Found

UPDATE: FT was found safe around 1 p.m. today after she called her sister and told her she was in El Campo.

“Thank you very much for all your help and support during the past seven days. We would like everyone to know that our daughter and sister Fehintola FT Omidele is back home safely and unharmed.

We are asking that everyone please respect our privacy and allow us to regroup together as a family before sharing more details. Dr. Fehintola FT Omidele is healthy and happy to be back home with family.

We are truly grateful for all the support and love everyone has shown over the past week and we are overwhelmed with the efforts put forth by friends, family and everyone involved.”

Dr. Fehintola Omidele, 25, who goes by FT, a pediatrics resident at children’s Memorial Hermann Hospital has been missing since November 30th.  She was last seen by her family after dinner. 

She didn’t make it to work on Monday and her family found her 2011 Toyota Camry missing and her purse, but her cell phone was left at her apartment on West Bellfort in Katy, Texas.

Fehintola was born in Nigeria and came to the US when she was 8-years-old, reports the Houston Chronicle.  She graduated from school at 18 and studied biology at the University of Texas at Austin.  She earned her degree at the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston . 


This video of FT is inspiring and touching

“Here’s a girl,”  Frank Black, director of search operations for Texas EquuSearch told the Houston Chronicle, “she studied for hundreds and hundreds of hours, and they’ve invested tens of thousands of dollars for her to go through all of this college and medical school and then for her to disappear – she has no history of drug or alcohol abuse. She has no history of mental problems.  There’s really no explanation as to why she up and disappeared.”

 Omidele’s car is a grey Toyota Camry, with Texas license plates BZ2L971.  Keep an eye out for the car and if you see it, please take a photo and let the police know.

If you have any information concerning this case, please call the Houston police at 713-731-5223.

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Jerrie Dean, who is retired from Federal Law Enforcement, is the Founder of Missing Persons of America.

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