April 9, 2013
Canines were used to search a portion of the Pueblo area on April 8. The full press release provided by the Pueblo Police Department is below.
Walmart Security Camera Images Released
March 29, 2013
Below is a screenshot of the Pueblo Police Department's press release that featured photos of Kelsie's 2011 Chevy Cruze LTZ at Walmart during the evening hours of Feb. 5 and morning of Feb. 6.
Pueblo Police Department Press Conference
March 15, 2013
Click here to see a video of a Pueblo PD Press Conference. Detective Neal Robinson provides updates on Kelsie's disappearance and Colby Schelling, Kelsie's brother, pleas for additional information from the public.
Kelsie's Vehicle is Located
February 14, 2013
Kelsie's 2011 Chevrolet Cruze LTZ is found at St. Mary Corwin Hospital in Pueblo. It had been abandoned in the parking lot Feb. 7 and sat there for a week. Below is a photo of the hospital's location at 1008 Minnequa Ave, Pueblo, CO and a photo of a 2011 Chevrolet Cruz. (This is not an actual photo of Kelsie's car; however Kelsie's vehicle looks identical to this.)
Kelsie's Missing Person Case is Released to the Public
February 11, 2013
Kelsie's description and information is released to the public on Feb. 11. The media helps spread the word of her disappearance. Her photos are made public and her Facebook page is created to help create awareness.
Below is a portion of the original release:
Enlarged photos are shown below. The pictures are not displayed in chronological order, but here are the captions:
Photo #1 shows the individual that would eventually get into Kelsie's car around 7:30 a.m. Wed., Feb. 6
Photo #2 shows that individual driving away in Kelsie's vehicle around 7:30 a.m. Wed., Feb. 6
Photo #3 shows a vehicle that was parked beside Kelsie's vehicle as it sat overnight on the evening of Feb. 5
Photo #4 shows another vehicle that drove by Kelsie's car as it sat overnight on the evening of Feb. 5
Below is a screenshot of the Southwest Pueblo area where Walmart is located on 4080 W Northern Ave, Pueblo, CO.
Family Holds Press Conference
April 29, 2013
Please access the PDF below to see the statements from the press conference this morning. Colby Schelling, Laura Saxton and Doug Schelling each prepared a statement. The family is offering a reward of up to $10,000 to the person or persons who provide(s) information leading to the arrest and conviction of the suspect(s) responsible for her disappearance. Please click below to read the statements.
CLICK HERE FOR THE PRESS CONFERENCE PDF
Family Posts Response to Denver Post Article
June 1, 2014
The family felt it was necessary to clarify a few points in the Denver Post article, including the content of text messages sent to Kelsie before she traveled to Pueblo on Feb. 4, 2013 and the identity of the persons who were actively involved in dropping off Kelsie's car. Please click here to below to read the full statement:
Denver Post Publishes In Depth Article on Kelsie's Case
May 30, 2013
The Denver Post published a seven page article where Kelsie's mother, Laura Saxton, released new information about the investigation. Please click below:
Dateline Releases Video of Investigation on Anniversary of Kelsie's Disappearance
February 3, 2014
Dateline interviewed family members and released a video on the Kelsie Schelling investigation. Please click below to watch the video:
Pueblo PD Remind Public that Case is Still Active and Boyfriend is Person of Interest
January 16, 2014
The Pueblo PD issued a press release on their Facebook page with 10 points about the Kelsie Schelling Investigation. Number 6 states that Kelsie's "boyfriend has been, and continues to be a 'person of interest,'" an announcement that was quoted by the press several months prior.
Pueblo PD Officially Declare Foul Play
September 12, 2013
The Pueblo PD issued a press release stating that they believe Kelsie has met with foul play. This statement was issued exactly one day before Kelsie's due date.
K-9 Units are Used to Search for Clues
July 23, 2014
Police distributed a press release indicating that a K-9 search had been conducted again west of Pueblo. To the dismay of Kelsie's family and friends, again nothing noteworthy was found and the search continues to be ongoing. This was also the first press release issued that identified Kelsie as pregnant.