The pregnant Chicago postal worker who disappeared in the fall of 2018 would have celebrated her birthday Saturday

Chicago, Illinois – Saturday, the family and friends of Kierra Coles, a pregnant Chicago postal worker who vanished in the autumn of 2018, met to celebrate her birthday, but also swore not to up hope and to continue the hunt for her.

As she cut her daughter’s 30th birthday cake, Coles’ mother, Karen Phillips, was surrounded by affection and a group of supporters. Three months pregnant, Coles disappeared on October 18, 2018.

Since then, family members have demanded that detectives conduct more aggressive searches.

Phillips added, “As a mother with a broken heart, I wish someone would say something, you know, just say something.” “This is the fourth year, so how many years will it take to say something?”

Phillips says she can’t even begin to convey what she and her family have been through in the years since Coles’ disappearance; she simply wishes her daughter is found safe.

“It’s difficult for me to stand here and convey my sentiments or describe what my family and I go through every year without my daughter,” she said. “I pray that I will never have to do this again, but here I am doing it once more.”

Phillips stated that investigators interviewed a person of interest in her daughter’s disappearance, but lacked sufficient evidence to pursue charges.

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