David – Harrison and Lucrecia Robinson, about 80 years old, disappeared with their electric blue Opel Agila car, registration number KMT – 7738.
No one knows the exact day they disappeared. The last contact they had with their girlfriend and accountant was on Monday, January 23.
However, the “Tunnel” investigation showed that the next day they moved to Pylos, where they were recorded by a store’s security camera.
Despite the great mobilization of the authorities, no trace of them, nor their car, has been found to date and it is believed that something bad has happened to them.
“Investigations should be carried out in remote places…”
Juliana-Lucrisia Robinson, the couple’s daughter, spoke again to the “Tunnel”, calling for new searches to be carried out in the precipitous areas.
“No one has told me anything new, all they tell me is that the investigations are continuing and that they will inform me if they find anything, but that so far nothing has been found. I know they are dead… I know they left the house… I know them inside and out. If they were going somewhere, they would tell me. I can tell you so many places they loved going. Anywhere with ruins, any place dating back to the classical era, Minoan or Mycenaean, they worshiped those kinds of places. But it’s not going to be there… I don’t know what to say, really. I would love to participate in the fantasy that they are alive somewhere, but I don’t believe it’s true…”, he said characteristically speaking to a journalist of the show.
“The officers searched the footage from the security cameras on the highway and the car was not located. So it must have been on some side street or somewhere that wasn’t covered by cameras. What I believe is that they took a sharp turn and fell off the cliff. What I would investigate would be on some side road and anywhere there is a steep cliff…”
Speaking about the note her parents seem to have left behind for her, she said:
“I haven’t seen it, but the phrasing and the way they wrote it is exactly what I would expect from them. It’s them… It’s the way my parents would say something. I just hope someone finds the wreckage of the car or whatever, I don’t know… I wish I could help more…”
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