NY Knicks Star Mitchell Robinson Pleads For Help Searching For His Father

New York Knicks center Mitchell Robinson is asking the public's help in searching for his missing father, Mitchell Robinson, Jr.

According to an alert put out by the Escambia County, Florida sheriff's office on February 13, the basketball player's dad was last seen on February 11.

"Missing Endangered Adult: Mitchell Robinson Jr DOB 10/31/82," the alert read, according to multiple reports. The police department added, "His clothing description at the time is unknown."

The athlete shared the notice to his Snapchat account, writing "My dad is missing if you have info on his whereabouts please contact, 850-436-9620." On Instagram, Robinson wrote on his story, "Don't know a place where the devil will hide you .... come home pops."

Mitchell Robinson was drafted to the NBA by the Knicks in 2018 as the 36th overall pick after going a season without playing basketball. Before playing professionally, the 23-year-old was a student at Western Kentucky University.

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