It's likely Coleman, 23, meant to run a quick errand and come home. She was seven months pregnant at the time, had a young daughter, and she left behind her purse and cigarettes.
At the time she went missing, Coleman was 5-feet 2-inches tall and weighed 110 pounds. She had long blonde hair, and brown eyes. One hand is tattooed with "FATS" and the other with "LADY."
Sheriff's investigators need the public's help to solve this case. Anyone with information is urged to contact authorities:
—Sheriff's Department at 858-565-5200
—Tipsters can remain anonymous by calling Crime Stoppers at 888-580-8477
—Information call also be submitted using an Online Tip Form (Crime Stoppers)
About this series:
Scores of cases throughout San Diego County go unsolved by local law enforcement investigators each year. A teen thought to be a runaway has still not come home. A dangerous parolee goes missing. A parent in a custody dispute kidnaps the children. A family member who is homeless and mentally ill disappears off the street. A loved one is murdered and there are few clues or no suspect.
No matter what the circumstances, police and relatives continue to search for those who are missing and wanted. They want the son, sister, or husband home. They want justice for the victims of crimes. They want the bad guys behind bars.
Each day in October, our Patch sites will feature a different person who is missing and wanted in San Diego County. Look at their pictures. Have you seen them? Do you have information that might help them be located, or identify a suspect?
Each profile will have a phone number for you to call to provide information. Let’s help investigators close these cases!