Missing B.G. girl may be in Florida

Luis Sierra, Jr. / Courtesy Wood County Sheriff's Department

A Bowling Green girl, missing since August 29 when she was last seen leaving her school, has been spotted in Virginia, South Carolina and Florida.

According to Bowling Green Police Det. Sgt. Scott Koch, the department has confirmed that Cole was identified in Roanoke, VA and in two different locations in South Carolina. They now believe that she may be in the St. Augustine, Florida area.

Cole is believed to be in the company of Luis Sierra, Jr., 32, formerly of Bowling Green. Authorities believe they may be travelling in a 1999 Dodge Durango bearing Ohio Registration FEL 6107.

Cole has apparently died her hear dark brown or black. Sierra is sporting a mohawk. Both subjects have nationwide warrants at this time.

Cole disappeared from Bowling Green High School August 29 when she was seen leaving the school at 7:00 AM. At that time she was wearing a black and pink skirt with blue jeans. She also had a black, red, and white "Betty Boop" bag in her possession. Kimberly Cole is 5'7" and weighs about 180 lbs. At the time she had blonde and black hair and blue eyes.

If you have any information as to where Cole and Sierra can be found, contact the Wood County Sheriff's Office at (419) 354-9001 or Det. Sgt. Scott Koch at (419) 354-9088.