A private investigator has offered to help an Akron family with the search for missing 19-year-old Taylor Robinson.
Tim Dimoff, president of SACS Security, is working on the case with his investigation team. They have contacted the Akron Police Department and reviewed the scene where Taylor was last seen on the night of May 3.
Taylor was dropped off at a house on Kipling Street in Akron where she went to work as a home health care aide.
Dimoff believes whoever is involved in Taylor's disappearance, knew her very well.
"The bottom line on the profile is this; whoever came to the door, she knew, she knew him well and she's known him for a long time," said Dimoff.
Akron police said the Taylor's shoes and a coat was left behind inside the home, which could be a sign that that she may have felt comfortable to open the door and go outside with an individual.
"Maybe she wasn't planning on getting in the car. Maybe the person says let's just sit in the car and talk and then something happened inside that car," said Dimoff. "We believe she never got out of that car and we believe it was physical."
Dimoff said his team is looking at a couple of prime suspects in the case.
"We know that the couple of people we're looking at, strongly, absolutely fit our profile and actually exemplify a strong relationship with problems in that relationship."
Dimoff is only charging the family $1 to help with the investigation.