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PPD asking public for any information on missing woman

Source: WEAR

Pensacola police are asking the public for any information on a missing 25-year-old woman.

According to the Pensacola Police Department, Cassandra Lavonne Robinson was last seen on February 1. She lives in the 700 block of East Strong Street.

Robinson stands 5'4" and weighs 115 pounds.

Family members told Channel 3 News that they're concerned for her safety.

"I just want to know if she's all right.. 'Cause I can't take if something happened to her," said Karen Robinson.

Karen Robinson told Channel 3 News that she announced her sister was missing on Facebook back in March. She said that her family waited to alert police because she's been out of contact with loved ones before.

"She kind of disappeared out of our lives before for months at time, but she would still post on social media. When she wasn't posting on social media and we didn't hear from her... she didn't contact my grandma and normally she would have contact her.. it started to make us real worried," said Karen Robinson.

Robinson has a one-year-old baby.

"Us knowing our sister and how close she was with her child.. She would have never up and left her child," said Charlese Robinson.

Robinson's sisters said that they believe she was last seen with the father of her child.

"I definitely think she's in danger because the type of guy that he is… she did mention to me that he was a 'sugar daddy' a pimp or something like that.. where he recruited girls out of the strip club.. so it always worried me when she was with him," Said Karen Robinson.

Police said that the man is cooperating and has the baby at his residence, but does not know where Robinson is.

"Now she has a child in common with a man locally and we've made contact with him. The child is fine. We just don't know where she is," said Officer Wood.

Family members said they hope she turns up soon.

"Just contact us.. we want you to come home," said Karen Robinson.

If you have any information, you're urged to contact police.

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