Pregnant Chicago postal worker Kierra Coles still missing, 1 year later | WGNTV

CHICAGO – Wednesday marks one year to the day since the unexplained disappearance of a pregnant South Chicago postal worker.

Kierra Coles, 26, was last seen near 81st Street and Vernon Avenue on Oct. 2, 2018. A neighbor’s surveillance video shows her heading to work in her U.S. Post Service uniform.

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Missing woman’s father says he’ll keep ‘badgering’ Baltimore police for information | abc NEWS

It’s been two years since Maryland native and mother Akia Eggleston vanished in Baltimore just days before her baby shower.

Akia’s father, Shawn Wilkinson, and the co-founders of the Black and Missing Foundation, Derrica Wilson and Natalie Wilson, joined “The View” on Wednesday to shine a spotlight on her disappearance. The foundation advocates for missing people of color, like Wilkinson, whose family members have gone missing.

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Father of missing woman says police have hit ‘brick wall’ in the case | Chicago Sun Times

The father of a pregnant woman who went missing last fall says police have hit a “brick wall” in the investigation and is urging people to share any information they have on his daughter.

Kierra Coles, a U.S. Postal Service employee, went missing Oct. 2 after leaving her apartment near 82nd Street and Coles Avenue. At the time, Kierra was three months pregnant and was due to give birth in April.

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7 months later, reward increased to $46K+ for info. in disappearance of pregnant mail carrier | FOX6

CHICAGO — Kierra Coles’ family made an emotional plea for someone to come forward with information about her case Sunday, May 5 — trying to breathe new life into the search for the missing postal worker who was pregnant when she disappeared.

According to WGN, friends and family of the 27-year-old passed out flyers near the corner of 81st Street and Vernon Avenue Sunday. Speaking nearby, the family announced the reward for information about her case was increased to more than $46,000.

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Two years later, search continues for Baltimore woman who went missing days before her baby shower | The Baltimore Sun

Two years have passed since a 22-year-old Baltimore woman seemingly vanished a few days before her baby shower, but FBI investigators say the missing persons case has not gone cold.

Akia Eggleston was eight months pregnant when family members first reported her missing in 2017. The expectant mother, who also had a young daughter, was last seen May 3, 2017, around Baltimore’s Inner Harbor — just a few days before she was supposed to attend a baby shower for the arrival of her newborn son.

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Missing pregnant Chicago woman due to give birth this week months after she mysteriously vanished | FOX NEWS

Kierra Coles likely would have spent the last several months going about her typical routine, delivering letters along her Chicago postal route — until a probable pause this week for another scheduled delivery: her baby’s.

But the Tuesday due date doctors predicted passed with no news, much like the previous seven months had since the day, Oct. 2, when the 27-year-old vanished.

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Chicago police narrow down persons of interest in disappearance of expectant mother Kierra Coles | NBC NEWS

Authorities are searching for a missing pregnant woman who disappeared from Chicago last fall.

Kierra Coles, 27, was last seen on October 2, 2018 leaving her apartment on the South Side of Chicago, Illinois. She was three months pregnant at the time. Kierra’s father Joseph Coles told Dateline his daughter was excited to be a first-time mother.

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