RIVERSIDE, Ohio (WDTN) – The search for a missing Riverside woman is now approaching three weeks, and the call for answers is intensifying. Riverside Police says they’re aggressively pursuing every lead possible. Every single detective is working on the case, but there’s still no word on where Cheryl Coker may be.
Detective Travis Abney says, “It’s still a mystery, but we don’t have any concerns that she was abducted at this point.”
The 46-year-old Coker disappeared three weeks ago; last seen on October 2. Detective Abney says every available department resource is focusing on this case: “All the detectives are working as many hours as we possibly can, which has pretty much been full-time for us at this point. Our supervisors have been helping out as well.”
Hours of surveillance video footage has been reviewed, and countless leads pursued, but still no progress.
Detective Abney says, “I can’t stress enough the amount of search warrants we have executed in this case. People we are looking into, leads and tips that we are following up on a daily basis.”
Abney says at this time there’s no indication of foul play, and it’s still a possibility that Coker left on her own. Family and friends have been cooperating so far.
Abney says, “Everyone seems to be on the same page. The ultimate goal is to find Cheryl and find out what happened.”
Riverside Police are open to any and all information on this case, asking people to email or call them at any time.