- white female with a tan
- dark brown hair and hazel eyes
- 120 pounds
A group of volunteers is searching again today for a Colorado Woman who has been missing since February.
Kelsie Schelling's family says she was eight weeks pregnant when she went missing. She was last seen in Pueblo February 4.
The family says Kelsie's boyfriend Donthe Lucas lives in Pueblo. The family confirms Lucas is the father of her child, and that he had asked Kelsie to meet him the day she disappeared.
According to her mother, Laura Saxton, cell phone records indicate that on Feb. 4, Kelsie had sent photos of her ultrasound to Lucas, his mother and several of her family members. Saxton also says Kelsie met up with Lucas at some point the day she went missing, but that no one has seen or heard from her since.
Saxton says Lucas accessed Kelsie's bank account once since she vanished.
Pueblo Police surveillance video shows an unknown man picking up her car - which was left overnight at a Wal-Mart in Pueblo.
Her car was found about a week later at St. Mary Corwin hospital.
Kelsie is described as a white female with a tan. She has dark brown hair and hazel eyes. She is 5-foot-4 and weighs 120 pounds. She is 22-years-old.
Kelsie also has tattoos that might help identify her. She has a Chinese symbol on the back of her neck, cursive writing on the inside of her left arm, and a fleur-de-lis on her right rib cage.
The young woman’s family started a Facebook page in hopes of finding Kelsie:
If you know anything about this missing woman, you are asked to call police right away.
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