BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WBRC) - The family of a 31-year-old missing Birmingham man are pleading for help from the community after he has been missing for three weeks.
Emotions ran high Sunday, as dozens of family members, friends and community activists, gathered in Collegeville to call for Ramondus Jaterun Robinson’s safe return.
"It’s been 20 days since we laid eyes on our loved one. As you can see my brother is well loved. He comes from a loving family. We need him home as soon as possible,” Robinson’s sister Angnetta Quinn said.
Robinson was last seen at a nightclub on 6th Ave. N in Smithfield, on May 22 around 11:30 p.m. Robinson is 5-foot-8 and 188 pounds. He was last seen wearing ash-washed speckled blue jeans, gray and white Jordan sneakers, a greenish gray shirt, a black ball cap and eyeglasses with a wooden frame.
He drives a midnight blue 2014 Nissan Altima.
His family says they can’t think of anyone who would want to harm him. They are standing firm in their faith.
“If there’s anyone out there I know you have a heart. I know that there is a God. I am praying that he will open your mouth and your heart, to speak out on the whereabouts of my brother,” Quinn said. “I’m asking you please, please help us. Give us some type of answers, some type of closure. This is a living Hell that we are living right now. It’s not just me, it’s my whole entire family. We are hurting right now. We need help. We know it’s somebody out there that knows something.”
If you have any information on where Robinson could be, call Birmingham police at 205-297-8413 or 911. If you have additional information on this investigation and would like to remain anonymous, contact Crime Stoppers at 205-254-7777.