FL – $8,000 reward offered for details on missing pregnant woman | News4JAX

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – An $8,000 reward is on the table for information that leads to an arrest in the disappearance of a 23-year-old Archer woman, officials said Wednesday.

Jasmine Robinson was six to seven months pregnant when she vanished. Her family last saw her Feb. 18. Robinson is considered missing and endangered, and would be having her child soon, according to a news release from the Alachua County Sheriff’s Office.

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FL – UPDATE: Missing endangered pregnant woman from Archer | WCJB

ARCHER, Fla. (WCJB)– UPDATE: Alachua County Sheriff’s has upgraded Jasmine Robinson’s disapperance to endangered.
Jasmine Robinson, 23, has been reported missing to Alachua County Sheriff’s Office since Feb. 19. Robinson is currently 6 to 7 months pregnant and her family members are worried for her and her unborn child.

“She’s 7 months almost,” Bertha Williams said, who is Robinson’s aunt. “That means anything can happen to her or the baby. She’s out there and we don’t know where she’s at. Being a new mother, she probably doesn’t know what to do either.”

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MO – Update: St. Joseph police find missing woman, still looking for child | msn.com

Police in St. Joseph said Friday they have located Sarah Butler-Young, 35, who has been missing since Dec. 13. However, they are still looking for Jasmine Robinson, 7.

Police believed the two originally disappeared in a blue Mitsubishi Outlander Sport with Missouri license plate AG2-A0V.

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MO – St. Joseph police ask for help in finding missing woman, child | KMBC

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Police in St. Joseph are asking for help in finding a missing woman and child.

Authorities are searching Friday for Sarah Butler-Young, 35, and Jasmine Robinson, 7.

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