A Texas mother whose son has been missing for three weeks is pleading for help locating him.
“I know something happened, and I just feel like he is in danger,” Tiffany Robinson told KTRK. “It’s not like him to not call me, my sister, or anybody in our family.”
Robinson’s 25-year-old son Taylour Young was last seen on Dec. 9 driving his 2019 silver Honda Civic near a Capital One Bank in Houston during his lunch break. He last texted his mother a picture of his dog around 11:30 a.m. His girlfriend reported him missing later that day.
His phone was eventually found in some bushes near the bank and his car is missing, Houston’s KPRC reports.
Robinson said she has no idea why her son would be in that area at that time.
“Taylour has a routine, and the routine is to get up in the morning, walk my dog, work, come home on my lunch break, walk my dog, either take a nap with my dog or play video games and go back to work,” Robinson told KPRC.
Robinson said she and their loved ones are fighting to find him.
“I don’t have the option to be weak, because my son doesn’t know me to be weak,” Robinson told KTRK. “I have my moments where I break down and cry. I have my moments when I don’t want to get out of bed, but I can’t. That’s not how my child knows me.”
She created the hashtag #bringtaylourhome to draw attention to Young’s vanishing. People across the nation have taken notice: rapper Cardi B recently shared a missing poster for Young to her Instagram, People reports.
Robinson thanked her on Thursday morning for sharing Young’s information.
Young worked in accounting after graduating from Sam Houston State University. He was last seen wearing a blue Billionaire Boys Club sweatshirt and gray sweatpants. He has a tattoo of the Tasmanian devil on his right, front calf and a fleur de lis tattoo with a snake on his right, back calf. He is about 5 feet 11 inches tall, and has short, black hair and brown eyes. He weighs around 160 lbs. His Civic has a black trunk and a crack in the windshield on the passenger’s side.The car has the Texas license plate MDC-9337.
Anyone with any information is urged to call the Houston Police Department missing person’s unit at 832-394-1840. The case number is 1649758-21.
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