The FBI's Evidence Response Team returned to a section of the Cuyahoga Valley National Park to process potential clues in the death of 19-year-old Taylor Robinson.
AKRON, Ohio - A rally will be held Saturday in Akron at the Summit Lake Community Center at 2 p.m. for missing 19-year-old Taylor Robinson, in hopes of finding leads to where she may be.
Taylor was last seen on May 3 when she was dropped off at a house in the 700 block of Kipling Ave. for her job as an overnight home health aide.
Taylor's mother, Carmilla, went to pick up her daughter Saturday morning only to find her daughter wasn't there. Only Taylor's shoes and coat were at the house.
Calls and text messages to Taylor have not been returned and there has been no activity with Taylor's bank account.
Family, friends and coworkers have distributed flyers asking anyone with information about Taylor's disappearance to call police.
Taylor Robinson is a black female, about 5'3" tall, weighing 150 pounds. Her mother told NewsChannel5 Taylor also has a scar on her left check and a notable tattoo on her leg: six stars and her name.
If you know where Taylor may be, you can anonymously call the Akron Police Department at 330-375-2490 or the Missing Person Unit at 330-375-2530.
FBI agents are expected to document and collect the newest evidence discovered as the investigation continues into the death of Taylor Robison.
Private investigators, volunteers and a tracking dog are searching a wooded area in Akron for 19-year-old Taylor Robinson who has been missing since May 4.
A private investigator is releasing a criminal profile of the type of person who could be involved in the disappearance of 19-year-old Taylor Robinson of Akron.
Volunteers are looking for any and all help in the effort to find 19-year-old Taylor Robinson.
Carmilla Robinson scoured Facebook pages looking for any clues into her daughter's disappearance and came across several startling posts.
A rally will be held Saturday in Akron for missing 19-year-old Taylor Robinson in hopes of finding leads to where she may be.
An Akron mother made a tearful, public plea for her 19-year-old daughter's safe return Monday night.
The hopes of an Akron mother, agonizing over the mysterious disappearance of her daughter, have been bolstered by the remarkable rescues of three Cleveland women this week.
The FBI is now involved in the search for a missing 19-year-old from Akron last seen on May 3.