Cadaver Dog Used in Search for Missing Teen

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AKRON, Ohio -- The search for a missing Akron teen resumed on property owned by a public utility company.

Taylor Robinson hasn't been seen since May 3 when her mother dropped her off at a house on Kipling Street where Robinson worked as a home health aide.

On Monday, a small team, including a private investigator and a cadaver dog, swept a square mile area at Pontiac and Thornton.

“There’s nothing she said out of the ordinary when I dropped her off, and all I keep hearing her voice say is, 'OK, I love you, I’ll see you in the morning,'” Robinson’s mother said shortly after her disappearance.

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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