It’s been 563 days since Daniel Robinson went missing, and his family and loved ones are still searching for answers. If you’re a regular listener of the Okie Investigations podcast, you might remember that we covered the case in one of our earlier episodes. But for those who are new to the story, here’s a brief overview:

On June 23, 2021, Daniel, a geologist, was last seen leaving a job site in Buckeye, Arizona. Despite an extensive search by authorities and volunteers, he has not been seen or heard from since. A month after his disappearance, Daniel’s Jeep was found in a ravine, badly damaged and on its side. Inside the Jeep, police found Daniel’s wallet and clothes, but no sign of Daniel himself.

Since then, Daniel’s father, David Robinson, has been working tirelessly to find his son and uncover the truth about what happened to him. He has hired a private investigator, organized ground and air searches, and even started a GoFundMe campaign to cover the costs of the search. To date, the campaign has raised over $320,000 from donors around the country.

Despite these efforts, the case remains shrouded in mystery. Some have suggested that Daniel’s Jeep crash was staged and that foul play may have been involved in his disappearance. Others believe that he may have left on his own accord and is still out there somewhere.

The truth is, we don’t know what happened to Daniel Robinson. What we do know is that he has been missing for over a year and a half, and his family and loved ones are still searching for answers. They are desperate for any information that could help lead to Daniel’s safe return or provide some closure in this heartbreaking case.

If you have any information about the Daniel Robinson case, or if you would like to help support the search effort, please consider donating to the GoFundMe. If you know anything about this case please contact the Buckeye Police Department. Every bit of support and information helps, and who knows – you might just be the key to solving this mystery and bringing Daniel home.

This was posted on the gofundme just yesterday:

Please join us in celebrating missing Geologist Daniel Robinson’s birthday on Saturday, January 14, 2023, by getting out into nature for a hike. Daniel loved the outdoors, and what better way to show our love and support.
It doesn’t matter where you are in the United States and the World. We know that everyone’s climate may not be conducive to a hike, so the great part about this adventure is that you go hiking or walk anywhere. Rather it’s in the mountains, in your neighborhood, or even on the treadmill at the gym, we thank you for your love and support.
#HikeForDanielRobinson
pleasehelpfinddaniel.com

Also, we will have a protest #JusticeForDaniel on February 18, 2023, to push Maricopa County to open an independent investigation into Daniel’s disappearance.
Daniel went missing in Buckeye, AZ, which is in Maricopa County jurisdiction. Because the Buckeye Police Department has damaged Daniel’s case and hasn’t acted urgently, among other things, we need a change of venue.

We will have a Public Desert Search for Daniel in February to cover an area not completed. This search is crucial to the investigation and completion of areas not done.

We are inviting Law Enforcement to this search as well. The search will be on February 25, 2023.

We at TrueCrime.Blog remain committed to following and reporting on this case, and we will continue to do all we can to help bring Daniel home. Please keep an eye on our blog and podcast for updates on the case, and never forget the importance of staying vigilant and helping those in need.

One thought on “Missing for 563 Days: Daniel Robinson

  1. Kay Savat says:

    What an interesting case. Hopefully they’ll find Daniel soon, and well. He seems like a nice person.

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