Family of Missing Woman: ‘Bring Our Baby Home’

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Family Members of Taylor Robinson Hold a Vigil for the Missing Woman

Family Members of Taylor Robinson Hold a Vigil for the Missing Woman

Family Members of Taylor Robinson Hold a Vigil for the Missing Woman

AKRON — Family and friends of Taylor Robinson gathered for a vigil for the missing woman Saturday afternoon.

“It’s not just about our baby, we never thought this would happen in our household. This could happened to anybody, you know,” said Taylor’s step-father Jeff Rucker. “You never know, no matter how much you prepare for it, no matter how much you talk to your kids, anything can happen.”

Rucker made an emotional plea Saturday afternoon for any tips that could help bring Taylor home.

Family members have been passing out flyers in the neighborhood, hoping someone has seen Taylor. They said they will continue to do that until she comes home.

According to the Akron Police Department, 19-year-old Taylor Robinson was last seen on Friday, May 3. She was dropped off at a residence in the 700 block of Kipling Avenue.

Taylor Robinson was last seen 5/3

Taylor Robinson was last seen 5/3

Robinson was working overnight as a home health care aid. When the client’s mother returned in the morning, Robinson was not at the residence and the client was left alone.

Local authorities are also receiving help from the FBI in the search for Taylor.

Anyone with information about Taylor Robinson’s whereabouts is asked to call Akron police at 330-375-2490 or the Missing Person Unit at 330-375-2530.

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