New leads prompt search for Kelsie Schelling clues in Pueblo

PUEBLO, Colo. - A renewed search for clues on what happened to Keslie Schelling is being conducted in Pueblo on Wednesday. 

Pueblo Police Department detectives, Colorado Bureau of Investigation agents, and
their public safety partners will be conducting searches on the southwest side of Pueblo.

The searches will focus on areas near where Kelsie was last known to be in southwestern Pueblo.

Law enforcement has not provided any other details on the searches and what has prompted this new investigation other than promising leads that have recently popped up. 

“While we cannot offer any comment about this active investigation, we want the community to be
aware that this case remains a priority for the Pueblo Police Department,” said Pueblo Police Chief
Troy Davenport. “Our police department is committed to helping to bring justice to Kelsie and for
her family.”

Earlier this year, CBI and Pueblo police searched a field and the former backyard of Donthe Lucas who was Schelling's boyfriend at the time she disappeared.

There was evidence found in the backyard, but police never revealed what that was.

Schelling disappeared in 2013 when she drove from Denver to Pueblo to tell Lucas that she was pregnant.
If anyone has any information regarding this incident, you are urged to submit a tip.

To remain anonymous, contact Pueblo Crime Stoppers @ 542-STOP (542-7867) or
www.pueblocrimestoppers.com. If your information leads to a felony arrest, you could be
eligible for a cash reward.

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