Mobile Police are still looking for a teen whose been missing for two years.
Brittany Robinson was last seen with her father Demetric Hooper in June 2012 when she was 14-years old.
Hooper has been in jail since Brittany’s disappearance for interfering with child custody.
Hooper’s lawyer, Zackery Moore, said Hooper claims he’s innocent but Brittany’s mother and Mobile Police believe Hooper has information.
“He kept making up stories about ‘she’ll be home today, she’ll be home tomorrow’,” said Brittany’s mother, Tiana Hogue.
Hogue said she vividly remembers the last time she saw her daughter.
“I took her over to my mother’s house to meet with her aunt and for her dad to (pick her up) and that morning she walked out the door, she came back in and gave me a hug and said she’d see me later. She was supposed to be gone for two days and I haven’t seen her since,” Hogue recalled.
It’s been a painful past two years for Hogue. Several agencies have searched for Brittany over the past few years, combing through woods and digging through dirt but there are still no answers.
“I don’t know why. I have gone through my head so many times trying to figure out why,” Hogue said. “When she left, I just don’t see her not wanting to come back willingly.”
Hogue said Brittany is now 16-years old. She said Brittany loves to read, is very outgoing and loves to learn. She was in the eighth grade at Booker T. Washington when she disappeared and was looking forward to attending Murphy High School.
If you have any information on Brittany Robinson, call Mobile Police.You can also call The National Center for Missing at Exploited Children: 1-800-The-Lost or 1-800-843-5678.
Hooper’s case is expected to be presented to a grand jury in November.