The reward has been doubled for information that leads to locating 19-year-old Taylor Robinson of Akron who has been missing for more than three months.
The additional funds collected by SACS Consulting & Investigative Services and Accurate Investigative Services in Akron doubled the initial reward of $2,000 offered by Summit County Crime Stoppers to $4,000.
Appearing on the 1590 WAKR Ray Horner Morning Show, Tim Dimoff, president of SACS Security, said he has teamed up with Tom Fields of Accurate Investigative Services in Akron to help find Taylor.
"There's no reason for the people out there to not come forward," said Dimoff. "We know for a fact that several people know what happened."
Taylor was last seen on the night of May 3. She was dropped off at a house on Kipling Street where she went to work as a home health care aide.
Carmilla Robinson, Taylor's mother, made another emotional plea for help in in the search for her daughter.
"If you were in my position, you would want me, if I knew anything, to call," said Robinson.
Dimoff is hoping someone will come forward with information that will help the case.
"People are tight-lipped and we need people to loosen up and say 'hey it's more important to talk about Taylor than it is about keeping a secret,'" said Dimoff.