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Phoenix Coldon was first reported missing from her North County home on Sunday, Dec. 18, 2011. She was last seen in the driveway of the family's house at about 3 p.m. Her mother, Goldia Coldon, said she was sitting in her vehicle one minute and the next, she was gone.
Goldia said she initially thought her daughter had gone to the store but when she did not return that night, she reported her daughter and her black 1998 Chevy Blazer missing to police the following morning. According to Goldia, her daughter's disappearance is highly out of character.
On Jan. 1, Coldon's family found out the missing Chevy Blazer had been impounded at 6:23 p.m. the day she disappeared. It was discovered at Ninth and St. Clair in East St. Louis. The keys were in the ignition with the vehicle running and the driver's door open. But no Phoenix.
Her mother and father join us TONIGHT to talk about their daughter, the case, and where things stand now. You don't want to miss this!
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