Teen missing in Marion area

15-year-old last seen Wednesday
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Leader Staff


Contributed Photo Andrew Robinson, 15, did not show up for football practice Wednesday and has not been seen by his family since. Family members have posted to social media, but there have been no sightings as of early Friday afternoon.

Family members of a 15-year-old boy who has gone missing are reaching out to the community hoping he can be found safely.

Andrew Robinson was last seen by his family members on Wednesday at the family home near Marion. Robinson was supposed to be at football practice on Wednesday but did not show up and never returned home, according to his older sister, Alyssa Selle.

A gray Toyota truck with dog kennels and buckets in the back is also missing, according to Selle. She said the vehicle, which has the license plate MA4507, was seen Wednesday near an ATV park in Tigerton and was also seen in the Bowler area that afternoon.

Robinson is 5 feet, 7 inches, weighing between 150-160 pounds, Selle said. He is of Filipino descent with dark hair and dark brown eyes. He wears a gold watch and has an earring in both ears.

Selle added that her brother is a wrestler, so he’s more muscular than an average boy his age.

Robinson did not take his cell phone with him, and he has not reached out to anyone, according to Selle.

A missing person report has been filed, Selle said, but the family took action Thursday and posted photos of Robinson and the truck on social media. There were no leads and sightings from the social media posts as of early Friday afternoon.

“Social media users have done a great job in helping us spread the word, but we feel it is not helping enough,” Selle said. “Our small community has been looking for him, but we are having no luck. We are concerned about his safety with each passing minute that he is not at home.”

Anyone with information about Robinson’s whereabouts should contact Selle at 715-853-7599 or the Marion Police Department.