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Painful search continues for missing mail carrier Kiera Coles as loved ones gather for her 28th birthday

CHICAGO - Almost two years since the pregnant mail carrier, Kiera Coles, went missing, her family and friends celebrated her 28th birthday Thursday, as they pleaded for the public to continue searching for her.

"Every day is a struggle for me," said her father, Joseph Coles, who cut a cake on behalf of his missing daughter and grandchild

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