COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - The family of a missing model will be distributing new flyers on Saturday. They're hoping the flyers and the publicity will bring in information about what happened to Kara Nichols.
Investigators believe Nichols, of Colorado Springs, was headed to Denver for a modeling job on October 9 when she disappeared. She was normally in regular contact with her family and friends.
El Paso County Sheriff's Office spokesman Sgt. Joe Roybal said investigators are concerned her disappearance could be suspicious. They issued an alert for Nichols in late October.
Nichols is 19. Her 20th birthday is Monday.
A page on ModelMayhem.com listed Nichols as a model looking for work.
"I've done mostly lingerie shoots so far but I'm extremely open minded," her bio states.
Nichols is described as 5 feet 8 inches tall, 120 pounds with blond hair and green eyes.
The new flyers will be distributed Saturday at 3 p.m. starting at Acacia Park at Tejon and Bijou in Colorado Springs.
"The public is invited to participate as the Nichols’ family continues to keep hope alive," according to the Facebook page, Help Us Find Kara Nichols.