Information about Kathleen Robinson is minimal and hard to come by. I’ve found only two agencies that have shared details about her missing person case out of Louisiana, but even so, there isn’t much information given.
Additionally, I could only find one photo of Kathleen Robinson with very little information about what led up to her disappearance. It’s been shared that she was last seen on April 13, 1991, in a light blue vehicle described as a Pontiac or Chevrolet. The car was on the Airline Highway in Metairie, Louisiana and she was reportedly arguing with a man inside of the vehicle. It’s unclear if she was the driver or the passenger and the identity of the man she was alleged to be with is unknown.
At the time of her disappearance, Kathleen Robinson reportedly stood 5 feet 4 inches tall and 130 pounds. She had black/dark brown hair and brown eyes. Any distinguishing marks, specific characteristics, or clothing she was last seen wearing are unknown. It’s also reported that her DNA and dental records are not on file.
Anyone with information regarding this case is urged to contact the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office at (504) 363-5500; or the FACES Lab: Teresa Wilson, Assistant Research Professor, LSU – (225) 578-4761, Maria Allaire, Research Associate, LSU – (225) 578-4775.
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