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Families call attention to cases of 3 missing Chicago area women Kierra Coles, Diamond Bynum and Stacy Peterson



CHICAGO (WLS) – The families of three Chicago area women who missed out on various circumstances are gathering recently to pay attention to their stories.

Father of Kierra Coles, a postal worker who disappeared in October last year, urged everyone with information about missing person cases in the area to arrive.

Coles was last seen on surveillance video that left his home near 81 and Vernon in the Chatham neighborhood.

Joseph Coles said the police have no other leaders in the search for their daughter, but he refuses to give up.

"I think my daughter is still alive," said Joseph Coles at Daley Plaza on Monday.

There is a $ 46,000 reward for information that leads to her whereabouts. Anyone with information about Coles is requested to call the Area Units Special Victims Unit at (31

2) 747-8274 or the US Postal Inspection Service at (877) 876-2455.

LaShann Walker won't give up either. Her intellectually disabled daughter Diamond Bynum disappeared from her home in Gary, Indiana, along with her 2-year-old nephew King Walker, nearly four years ago.

At that time, it was believed that Bynum had walked off and been lost.

"My world has just been turned upside down," LaShann Walker said. "Sometimes I feel like I'm in this myself."

Stacy Peterson's son-in-law, a Bolingbrook mother who disappeared almost 12 years ago, also spoke on Monday.

Peterson was 23 when she missed out in 2007. Her husband, formerly Bolingbrook Police Sgt. Drew Peterson was a suspect, but he was never charged. He earns time to kill his former wife, Kathleen Savio, and a rental plot murder to kill Will County state lawyer James Glasgow.

Stacy Peterson's family will still find their remains.

Her sister-in-law, Norma Peterson, has since become a drug abuse lawyer. She helps promote what is known as an Evidentiary Abuse Affidavit, created in the wake of Peterson's disappearance.

"What makes victims document their abuse so that they can let people know what was going on with them at that time," said Norma Peterson.

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