We were hoping to learn more about a missing Colorado woman during a news conference today but no new information was released.
22 year old Kelsie Schelling is from Denver and was last seen when she went to Pueblo to meet an acquaintance.
That was earlier last month.
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.
If you know anything about where Kelsie Schelling may be, call Pueblo Police.
On Friday Pueblo police will hold a news conference about Kelsie Schelling, a 22-year-old missing woman from Denver. She was last seen in Pueblo.
Detectives are expected to update the investigation and Schelling's family will make some statements.
Police say Schelling went to Pueblo on Feb. 4 in her 2011 black Chevrolet Cruz. She was supposed to meet an acquaintance at Walmart on W. Northern Ave.
According to cell phone records she did make it to Pueblo. Video surveillance shows her car parked at Walmart on Feb. 5 around 12:05 p.m. It was left there overnight. On Feb. 6 an unidentified man picked the car up and drove away.
On Feb. 14, Schelling's car was found at St. Mary Corwin Hospital. It had been parked there around 5:30 a.m. on Feb. 7. That same day Schelling's cell phone records show she was in the Pueblo area until her cell phone battery died.
Shelling is described as a white female, 5 feet 3 inches tall and 120 pounds. She has shoulder length brown hair and green eyes.
If you have any information about where she is or how she disappeared, call Pueblo police or Crime Stoppers at 719-542-STOP.
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