Pasadena woman remains missing, family seeks help

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PASADENA — The mother of a missing 26-year-old Pasadena who disappeared from a relatives house in Pacoima last week renewed her plea to the public for information Thursday.
Robin Sanderson was last seen at her grandmother’s home in the 11000 block of Cayuga Avenue in Pacoima on Aug. 19, according to Los Angeles Police officials.
Her mother, Marian Thompson, said she and other family members feel the disappearance is uncharacteristic of Sanderson and are worried for her safety.
The Los Angeles Police Department’s Missing Persons Unit is looking for Sanderson, along with her friends and family, the mother said.
“I can’t describe how crushing this has been emotionally,” Thomson said, “but I have hope someone will see her and call LAPD Missing Persons Unit.”
“Our own network of family and friends are also trying to help by putting up flyers and keeping Robin in their prayers with pleas that she’ll be found safe,” she added.
Sanderson was a Pasadena resident who was staying with her grandmother while she waited for a new apartment in Pasadena to become available, Thompson said. She was in good physical health, but may have been in a depressed state of mind.
Also missing from the home was her 3-month-old pit bull-terrier mix puppy and her brown acoustic guitar.
Other important or valuable items, such as her cell phone and identification, were left at the Pacoima home.
Sanderson is described as biracial, black and white, about 5 feet 6 inches tall and about 175 pounds, police said.
She wears a gold nose ring and was last seen wearing a blue tank top, tan shorts and tan shoes, and was carrying a light yellow blanket and an orange bag.
Anyone with information is asked to call the LAPD at (877) 527-3247.

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