BROOKSVILLE, Fla. — It's been a month since Brooksville mother Keyonna Cole went missing, and the Hernando County Sheriff's Office still believes she's in danger.

Cole, 27, was last seen on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard in Brooksville in February 10. 

“The biggest thing is we’re not getting any leads — no one’s talking,” said Detective Nikki Stevens, who is overseeing Cole’s case. 

Stevens said that help from the public is essential to help them find Cole. 

“We know that people know either where she may be or what’s happened to her, but no one is coming forward to tell us,” she explained. 

Stevens said Cole was five months pregnant when she was the victim of an attempted homicide in October of last year. That trauma caused her to lose her baby. 

Stevens believes her disappearance is related to that case. 

“On February 11, Keyonna was subpoenaed to have an appointment with the state attorney and myself in reference to the October incident, and it was just a case follow up and she never showed," she explained. "So that’s what makes us concerned that it is related to the October incident."

Stevens has put out notices to the entire state that they’re looking for Cole, and she says the Sheriff’s Office tip lines and the Crime Stoppers line are always open. 

“Everything comes to me. I’ll be happy to speak to anyone any time day or night," she said. "We really want to bring Keyonna home. Her family wants her to come home. Her family misses her. Her little boy misses her. They just want her found and we want her found as well."

The Sheriff’s Office has not named any persons of interest in this case.