‘Everybody is shaken up’: Mother seeks answers in search for missing son Taylour Young

A Houston woman is searching for answers about her son, who she said has been missing for almost a week.

HOUSTON – A Houston woman is searching for answers about her son, who she said has been missing for almost a week.

“Everybody is shaken up,” said Tiffany Robinson. “My mother is taking it very hard.”

Robinson said she last heard from her son, 25-year-old Taylour Young last Wednesday.

According to the Houston Police Department PIO Kese Smith, Young’s girlfriend reported him missing on Dec. 9.

“He sent me a text message about 11:30. It was a picture of his dog with the antlers on his head,” Robinson said.

Robinson said her son graduated from Sam Houston State University and works in accounting.

Young didn’t come back from his lunch break and his phone was found in the bushes near a bank off Voss Road, according to Robinson. Young’s car is missing too, she said.

“Taylour has a routine, and the routine is to get up in the morning, walk my dog, work, come home on my lunch break, walk my dog, either take a nap with my dog or play video games and go back to work,” Robinson said.

The mother said she has so many questions.

“Everybody is concerned,” Robinson said. “Everyone is looking for him and we just want him to come home safely.”

Robinson said she spoke with the police on Tuesday morning. On Wednesday, Smith told KPRC 2 that they reviewed surveillance video from the bank but found no signs of foul play.

Police have now entered Young into the missing person’ss database and a critical reach flyer has been created for him.

Anyone with information about Young’s whereabouts is urged to call the Houston Police Department.