Baton Rouge woman missing, home torched
BATON ROUGE- Family members of a missing woman are searching desperately for answers after her home was found torched this weekend. Investigators believe an arsonist is to blame.
Robyn Jackson, 32, was reported missing by her family to the Baton Rouge Police Department.
The fire happened at 2035 68th Avenue, last night.
Her family says Jackson has been missing for four days.
Now, they're worried that the fire may have something to do with her disappearance.
"If ya'll so happen to see her, please contact us because we're looking for her," said Christy Robertson, Jackson's niece.
Jackson has four children, all under the age of 15.
They are currently staying with family.
She suffers from schizophrenia and her family says they just want her back home as quickly as possible.
If you have seen Jackson or know where she is, contact authorities.
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