Almost two years after his pregnant daughter was once reported lacking, Joseph Coles mentioned Friday it looks like investigators not care about her whereabouts.
“No one is helping us,” the 54-year-old Wisconsin guy mentioned.
Kierra Coles, then 26 and 3 months pregnant, was once a U.S. Postal Service worker who was once reported lacking Oct. 2, 2018. She was once ultimate observed close to 81st Street and Vernon Avenue, her circle of relatives says.
Joseph Coles and the younger girl’s mom, Karen Phillips, amassed with a dozen or so supporters at Daley Plaza to check out to drum up passion of their daughter’s case.
Coles mentioned he were in common touch with the FBI however for the previous two months nobody in that workplace has returned his calls.
“They keep telling me they are watching these people and they’ve got these people under surveillance, but they’re not filling me in on nothing,” Coles mentioned.
Kellie Bartoli, a spokeswoman for the Chicago Police Department, mentioned Friday the case is these days “suspended.”
“It is not a permanent status, and it can be changed if more information is made available,” Bartoli mentioned in an e mail.
The case is a joint investigation of CPD, the FBI and the U.S. Postal Inspection Service.
Anyone with data is requested to name Chicago police at 312-747-8276 or e mail cpdtip.com.
Coles is described as 5-foot-4, Black, with brown eyes with a medium complexion. She has a tattoo of a center on her proper hand and one who reads “lucky Libra” on her again.
Rabbi Michael Ben Yosef wears a blouse at a information convention in reinforce of discovering postal employee Kierra Coles, who has been lacking for 21 months on July 17, 2020. Max Herman/Sun-Times