The search for Kelsie Schelling may be improved by the help of people just like you who have access to social networking profiles and the desire to make a difference. Officials who are investigating the Colorado woman's disappearance believe that social networking can play a big role in locating the woman.
Kelsie was last seen in Pueblo, Colo., while visiting her boyfriend around Feb. 4th. Since then she has fallen completely out of contact with her loved ones and they too are pulling together in hopes that social networking will help. The page "Help Find Kelsie" is moderated by loved ones who are expressing the same sentiments as police officials in Pueblo.
It should be noted that officials do not suspect foul play yet in the disappearance of Kelsie Schelling. Nonetheless, it's suspicious that she has not been in contact with loved ones since the 4th of this month. She was reportedly last seen visiting her boyfriend so has he been questioned at all in all of this? What about anyone around the Pueblo area -- does this place have any violent registered sex offenders? Hopefully more information comes out soon, but in the meantime social networking may hold the key to getting more awareness in her case.
Chelsea Hoffman is a candidly opinionated crime analyst with a lifelong interest in criminology and activism. She also owns 'Girl Nerdology' and is the author of several fiction stories. Follow her on Twitter @TheRealChelseaH or email her privately through Chelsea Hoffman: Case to Case.