AKRON, Ohio - On Monday, the Akron Police Department said the FBI is now involved in the search for a missing 19-year-old from Akron.
Taylor Robinson, 19, was last seen late in the evening on May 3. She was dropped off at a home in the 700 block of Kipling Ave. where she worked as an overnight home health aide.
Taylor’s mother, Carmilla Robinson, said she went to pick up her daughter Saturday morning but she wasn’t there. The mother said only her daughter’s shoes and coat were inside the home.
Calls and text messages to the 19-year-old have not been returned and there hasn’t been any activity with the 19-year-old’s bank account, her mother said.
Carmilla described her daughter as a dedicated, hard worker who didn't hang out a lot.
Employees with Hands of Care, who Taylor works for, went out Sunday helping the family pass out Taylor's missing person flyers.
Taylor has a scar on her left check and a notable tattoo on her leg with six stars and her name.
Anyone with information about where Taylor Robinson may be is asked to call Akron police detectives at 330-375-2490 or 330-375-2530. Callers can remain anonymous.
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