#MISSING: Erin Coleman, 39 - New Orleans, LOUISIANA (Last seen leaving a Mardi Gras parade - driving a gray 2009 Honda accord with LA plate WPL790)

Police are searching for a Harahan woman who was last seen leaving a Mardi Gras parade in New Orleans over the weekend. Erin Coleman, 39, left her home on Saturday (Jan. 31) to attend an unidentified parade in the city, according to Harahan police.

She was last seen just after midnight on Sunday heading back home to Harahan. But Coleman never made it home, and no one has heard from her since, authorities said.

Coleman was driving a gray, 2009 Honda Accord with a Louisiana license plate bearing the number WPL790. She is described as being about 5 foot 4 inches tall, weighs 120 pounds and has blonde hair and hazel-colored eyes. 

Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Erin Coleman is asked to the contact the Harahan Police Department detective bureau by calling 504.737.9763 or 911.
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