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Robin Best-Bey Went To The Store & Was Never Seen Again
Very little information has been shared about the missing person case involving 27-year-old Robin Best-Bey, but I’ve pulled together what I could find from minimal sources. According to reports, Robin was last seen leaving her aunt’s residence in Minotola, New Jersey in February 2019. The exact date is unknown, but NamUs (National Database for Missing & Unidentified Persons) states that she was on her way to a local convenience store but never returned. That was the last contact anyone had with her and she hasn’t been seen or heard from since.
What makes this story even more puzzling is not only is it unknown if Robin Best-Bey reached the store in question, but NamUs further states that her “family reported her missing December 29th, 2019,” 10 months later. It is unknown why anyone waited so long before raising the alarm about Robin and her whereabouts. Any specifics about Robin’s lifestyle, career, or personal life haven’t been included in any reports, so it’s unclear if she has ever retreated from her family for any period of time in the past.
At the time of her disappearance, Robin Best-Bey stood 5 feet to 5 feet 1 inch tall and weighed between 175 to 180 pounds. She had brown hair and brown eyes. Any other distinguishing characteristics or clothing she was last seen wearing remain unknown.
Anyone with information regarding this case is urged to contact the Franklin Township Police Department at (856) 694-1415, Detective Joseph Biener at 856-694-1415 ext. 171, or their local authorities. Her agency case number is 2019-38430.
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