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Kelsie Jean Schelling missing from Pueblo, Colorado *$100,000 REWARD*

Kelsie Schelling went missing from Pueblo, Colorado on February 4, 2013, after driving there from Denver to meet her boyfriend, Donthe Lucas. Kelsie, then 22, was two months pregnant with the couple's child. Video released by the Pueblo Police Department shows a person driving Kelsie's car out of a Walmart parking lot. The car was found a week later abandoned at Saint Mary Corwin Medical Center. The Schelling family filed a lawsuit earlier this year against the Lucas family, several police officers, and the city of Pueblo. The lawsuit remains pending. If you have any information about Kelsie's disappearance, please contact the Pueblo Crime Stoppers at (719) 542-7867.

Kelsie Jean Schelling missing from Pueblo, Colorado *$100,000 REWARD*
fran, Sep 29, 2015
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