After human remains believed to be of Gabby Petito were found in the Wyoming park where the search for her was ongoing, many on Twitter are now drawing attention toward another missing person’s case – that of geologist Daniel Robinson, who disappeared on June 23 in an Arizona desert and has not been found since.
Police confirmed that human remains found do not belong to missing Buckeye resident Daniel Robinson.
His Jeep was found abandoned in a ravine in mid-July.
Who is Daniel Robinson?
Daniel Robinson has been named as the Arizona geologist who was last seen in late June. He disappeared on June 23 in an Arizona desert, reports revealed. According to a statement released Thursday by the Buckeye Police Department, a human skull found near the area of Robinson’s Jeep was determined to not be his.
After a body, possibly belonging to Petito, was found by authorities, the internet wanted the same importance paid to find Robinson. “I’m shaking reading about the discovery of Gabby Petito’s body in Wyoming.
How old is Daniel Robinson?
Daniel Robinson is 24 years old as of the year 2021.
Daniel Robinson Geologist
While we’re watching this case unfold, please take 5 seconds to read about Daniel Robinson, a geologist who went missing in the desert outside Buckeye three months ago. His father is still looking for him,” one of them said, while another noted, “#DanielRobinson been missing since June. His disappearance is as suspicious as Petito’s.”
“Some evil force must be residing on those hiking trails.”
A third stated, “Why isn’t Daniel Robinson’s disappearance being zealously investigated?”
He *disappeared” in the same area. His grief-stricken dad needs some answers.” One more added, “Need the same national energy y’all had for Gabby on Daniel Robinson.” Another wrote, “Please read about Daniel Robinson & help spread the word so that this amazing young man can get the focus & attention he & his family deserves.”
Daniel Robinson Missing
Robinson was reported missing on June 23 after he was last seen leaving his work site near Sun Valley Parkway and Cactus Road.
According to an initial police report, Robinson did not tell anyone where he was going or why he was leaving. On July 19, his Jeep was found in a ravine with significant damage.
The human skull was found south of where Robinson’s Jeep was discovered. “No other human remains have been found, despite online reports claiming otherwise,” the police statement released Thursday read.
Daniel Robinson Update
The other remains found in the search were determined to be animal bones, according to police.
In July, investigators ruled out the possibility of foul play due to the state of the vehicle. Robinson was heading west further into the desert in a 2017 blue Jeep Renegade with Arizona license plate NLA2CMA.
He did not tell anyone where he was going or why he was leaving and has not been heard from since officials said.
Robinson is 5-foot-8, has black hair and brown eyes, and does not have a right forearm or hand, police said.
Daniel Robinson Found
According to a GoFundMe account set up by Robinson’s family, Robinson was hired as a field geologist and moved to Phoenix after he graduated from college in 2019. He oversees sites located in remote desert areas and often works in extreme conditions and travels long distances to work on projects, the GoFundMe said.
Police ask anyone with information that may help solve this case to please call the department at 623-349-6400.