Family says missing Henderson woman back home safely
UPDATE ON 12/21: Lisa Coleman, Alexandra Tercero's mother, tells News 3 she is back home safely. There are no other details at this time. Check back for updates.
LAS VEGAS (KSNV) -- A 26-year-old mother of four from Henderson has been missing for six days. Her family has been on an all out search.
The woman's mother and father are making an emotional plea for her return.
"I don't think there are words to describe what I am going through," Lisa Coleman, the mother of the missing woman said. "The hardest part is every morning when I wake up."
Lisa Coleman tells us the past six days have been hell. Coleman says the last time she heard from her daughter, 26-year-old Alexandra Tercero, was Thursday night when she was out with friends.
"The following morning when I woke up, her sister said she did not come home," said Coleman.
Ever since, Coleman says there has been no sign of the mother of four young children. Alexandra's father, Chris Coleman, says this is unlike his daughter to go missing.
The disappearance is especially hard for the family with Christmas less than a week away.
"It's exhausting. It's nerve-wracking," Chris Coleman said. "It's so difficult for the family. It's a tremendous problem and a tremendous strain on our family."
Henderson Police are actively investigating and had no other comment. Coleman believes someone might be holding her daughter against her will.
"We believe she is not able to leave," Lisa Coleman said. "We believe she is in a situation where she can't willingly come home."
Coleman has a message for her daughter.
"We love her and we are not going to stop," Coleman said. "Alex, we are coming. We are going to find you. Just whoever has her our family is not going to stop looking for her."