RIVERSIDE, Ohio (WDTN) – Police say they are investigating new evidence received in the case of Riverside woman Cheryl Coker, who has been missing for 29 days.
Detective Travis Abney of the Riverside Police Department tells 2 NEWS that they are “continuing to aggressively investigate the missing person case involving Cheryl Coker.”
Coker was last seen on October 2 around 7:30 a.m. when she dropped her daughter off at school.
Detective Abney says that police have obtained new evidence over the past several days and detectives are following up on the new information.
Police would not release details about what this “new evidence” consists of.
The case remains a missing person investigation.
“We want citizens to be aware of the fact that we are actively looking into everything, and we will continue to do so until Cheryl is found,” Detective Abney said in a statement. “We appreciate all the tips and leads provided to this department. Riverside Police would like our citizens to know there is no evidence of a public safety risk at this time. We also want the community to know how hard we are working to solve this.”
He went on to add, “There is currently no suspect information to provide.”