Possible break in missing Texas mom, baby case

Authorities surrounded a home in Houston that investigators said was connected to the disappearance of Heidi Broussard and her 3-week-old daughter.
1:59 | 12/20/19

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mother and her infant. Authorities surrounding a home in Houston overnight. ABC's Marcus Moore has the very latest on this story, good morning, Marcus. Reporter: Cecilia, good morning. These fast-moving developments coming a full week after Heidi Broussard and her 3-week-old baby were reported missing and this morning, we know that overnight authorities found a 1-month-old baby in a home and our station KTRK in Houston also reports a body was removed from that house as well. Dozens of law enforcement officers swooping in on this home near Houston overnight. A public safety official saying investigators were there in connection with the disappearance of Heidi Broussard and her 3-week-old daughter. A 1-month-old baby was found safe and unharmed according to a fire department official, but the infant's name has not been released. This is the last known image of the 33-year-old mother, a surveillance picture of her dropping off her 6-year-old son at school. She never returned to pick him up. Her fiance says her purse and wallet were left inside her unlocked car. Her baby's diaper bag was inside the apartment but her keys and cell phone were gone. Drop her off anywhere. I doesn't care. Just make sure she's safe and okay. The baby is okay. Reporter: The FBI joined forces with the Texas rangers and Austin police in a widespread search across the state. I spoke with Broussard's parents who were praying for a hopeful ending. Do you feel like she left on her own? No, no, no. No way. She would not leave her son. Her kids are her heartbeat. Oh, yes, she wouldn't have left on her own. Reporter: And if the baby that was found is, indeed, Margot, it would be prayers answered for the family but this norpg there's still a lot we don't know and anticipate the police department will release more information about this discovery that happened overnight. Okay, Marcus, thanks. Overseas for the latest on

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