Family members say they're hanging in there but as the days go by, they can't help but worry.
"Just come foreword, there is some kind of explanation out here for this, there is something out there," said Michael Robinson.
It's a plea from a pained father, concerned about the whereabouts of his son.
"If everything was OK I'm sure she would have contacted her parents," said Robinson, standing outside his Wrightsville home.
Police reports show Smith had an Order of Protection against Robinson, but it wasn't enough to keep her from leaving with him willingly the last time anyone saw her.
"When you have two adults who have been involved in a relationship, been involved in a violent relationship, the longer the time period with no information, worries us greatly," said Lt. Terry Hastings.
Lt. Terry Hastings says Little Rock police have been focusing part of their search in Wrightsville.
Both Smith and Robinson have ties to the community, but whether that's enough to bring Robinson back, no one knows.
"We are afraid something has happened to these two individuals," said Lt. Hastings.
Robinson says his son hasn't always made the best decisions, but he hopes he does the right thing and comes home.
"I would want him to know I really love him," Robinson said. "If it was vice versa, I wouldn't want anyone to do anything to my child. I just hate it cause there is so much life ahead for both of them," he said.
Little Rock police say they wanted to take a helicopter up to see if they could see any cars in the woods, but the tree cover is too thick.
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