Foul play possible in missing pregnant postal worker case

Foul play possible in missing pregnant postal worker case

Foul play possible in missing pregnant postal worker case

Kierra Coles was last seen October 2 in surveillance video shot from a neighbor's home.

Her family, who revealed Coles is three months pregnant, said they found her vehicle parked on her block, with her cell phone and purse still inside. The video showed Coles walking around outside her South Side apartment the same day she had called in sick from her job as a U.S. Postal Service letter carrier.

Chicago police are now suspecting possible foul play in the case of a missing pregnant United States Postal Service worker. The reward for information leading to Coles' whereabouts is now more than $28,000.

"I miss the smile on her face".

"She wouldn't go this long without talking to me", Coles told WLS TV. If anybody knows anything, please, call in.

Kierra Coles was last seen on October 2, 2018, near 81st and Vernon. She hasn't been seen since Tuesday, Oct. 2, 2018.

"Our thoughts and prayers are with Kierra and her family, and like everyone else we hope for a positive outcome to this situation", Mack Julion, president of the Chicago branch of the NALC, said in a statement.

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"We talk all the time".

Her mother, Karen Phillips, reported her daughter missing October 4 after not hearing from her for two days and noticing her calls went straight to voicemail, according to the Chicago Tribune. "Never, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine days". "I want to say she just went somewhere and didn't want to tell nobody and then she will just come home but I don't feel that".

The US Postal Inspection Service, the law enforcement arm of the US Postal Service, offered a $25,000 reward this week for information that could help find Coles.

Community activist Andrew Holmes said he was also offering a $1,000 reward and the National Association of Letter Carriers was offering a $2,500 reward.

Joseph Coles came from Wisconsin to search for his daughter and has been passing out flyers about Cole who is a Black woman, 5-foot-4 and about 125 pounds with black hair and brown eyes.

Her father said he's not going back home until he finds her.

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