Two weeks after Harvey, more than a dozen people are still missing

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The search for those missing since Hurricane Harvey continues. (KTRK)

It's been two weeks since Harvey first hit. Sadly, at least a dozen people are still missing.

The family of 24-year-old Miranda Rodriguez said she was last seen on Aug. 25. They said she was at a hotel on Airport and I-45 but don't know which one.

They have stopped by many of the hotels and businesses in the area and still have not located her.

"She's not answering her phone. We're really worried," said Rene Rodriguez, Miranda's father.

They're not alone. The family of Alexzandra Smith is looking for her. She was last heard from at Greenspoint Mall.

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Authorities are looking into whether foul play was involved in the disappearance of a Baytown realtor.



Meanwhile, Crystal McDowell is also missing. The Baytown realtor hasn't been seen since Aug. 25. The Chambers County Sheriff believes foul play may be involved.

There's also Jim Simmon. He was last seen on Aug. 30. The retired journalist was in the Montrose area.

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More than a week after the storm hit, family members are still searching for missing loved ones.



Also, Ricardo Lomeli-Aguilar was last seen at Highway 6C and Westpark Drive on the Aug. 29.

Loved ones are also looking for Joshua Thorton. He was last heard from two weeks ago. He's from Atlanta and was on a Greyhound bus in Houston around the time Harvey hit.

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