Coker’s remains were found April 25 by a mushroom hunter in a wooded area on private property in Greene County.
Greene County Sheriff Fischer said the it was “not a common area for people to go.”
“We have never given up on this case,” said Riverside Police Chief Frank Robinson. “We have never wavered from continuing to follow all the evidence that we have collected or evidence that has been collected for us. Cheryl’s never been forgotten by the community.”
>> Bones found in Greene County identified as Cheryl Coker
Coker has been missing since she dropped her daughter off at school on Oct. 2, 2018. Her car was found the next day in a shopping center near her home with her phone and purse inside.
In February 2019, Riverside police named Coker’s husband, William “Bill” Coker as a suspect in her case. He has denied any involvement and has not been charged.