Daniel Robinson, who was last seen in June 2021, would have celebrated his 25th birthday on Jan. 14, and his father was preparing to search the desert for his son.
The search for missing Arizona man and geologist, Daniel Robinson, is expanding to nearby cities such as Phoenix, Goodyear and Buckeye, after six months of searching in the desert.
Human remains were found by a volunteer searching for missing Buckeye man, Daniel Robinson, on Nov. 6. Evidence found near the remains is leading investigators to believe the remains may not belong to Robinson.
David Robinson has been searching for his son for 14 weeks outside of Buckeye. On Nov. 6, the early morning search started near Sun Valley Parkway and Cactus Road. Three other locations were also searched, including the Hassayampa River and the area west of where his car was found a month ago.
FOX 10 first reported on Daniel Robinson's disappearance in late June. According to Buckeye Police officials at the time, Robinson was last seen in the area of Sun Valley Parkway and Cactus Road on June 23.
On July 31, a human skull was found in an area south of where Robinson's vehicle was recovered, however, it was later determined that the human remains did not belong to Robinson.
A vehicle belonging to missing Daniel Robinson was found in a ravine by a rancher in late June, Buckeye Police officials announced on July 21.
According to the Buckeye Police Department, 24-year-old Daniel Cornelius Robinson was last seen in the area of Sun Valley Parkway and Cactus Road on June 23. He was driving a blue 2017 Jeep Renegade with an Arizona license plate NLA2CMA.
Buckeye Police officials say Daniel Robinson was last seen driving away from work in the area of Sun Valley Parkway and Cactus Road.