On February 18, 2019, Jasmine Robinson, 23, vanished and hasn’t been heard from since.
Jasmine was last seen in Archer, Florida, on a video call with her sister the morning of Feb 18. At 8:00 pm that night, she told her aunt that she was going to bed.
The following morning, her aunt came to pick Jasmine up for a doctor’s appointment, but Jasmine was gone.
Jasmine was pregnant at the time of her disappearance.
According to her sister, Jasmine was upset because the father of her unborn daughter had been contacting her constantly, calling her on the phone and calling her at work. Her sister believes the man could have been involved in her disappearance. This man has not been publicly identified.
“We really want the community to come together, this got taken away, and it hurts, it hurts it hurts daily,” said Robinson’s aunt, Bertha Williams. “And you don’t know and you’re left here have to keep praying because that’s the only thing holding us together.”
The Alachua County Sheriff’s office is offering a $10,000 reward for information to help find Jasmine.
A year after Jasmine’s disappearance, the Alachua County Sheriff’s office produced the video below in hopes that someone in the public would come forward.
Specific tips and leads as to Jasmine Robinson’s whereabouts can be sent to Detective Morris at firstname.lastname@example.org or (352) 367-4083.
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