FORT MORGAN - Tuesday marks the one-year anniversary of the disappearance of Kelsie Schelling. The pregnant 22-year-old woman was last seen in Pueblo on Feb. 4, 2013.
Schelling was supposed to meet her boyfriend at a local Walmart in Pueblo. Cell phone records indicate Schelling drove from Denver to see him.
Surveillance video from the Walmart shows Schelling's vehicle sitting idle in the store's parking lot for a few days. Then on Feb. 7, footage from a security camera at St. Mary Corwin Hospital in Pueblo shows Schelling's vehicle pull up and park before an unidentified individual exits the car.
"We believe there is someone out there who has intimate knowledge of the incident, but may feel reluctant to come forth with the information," said Sgt. Eric Gonzales with the Pueblo Police Department.
For Schelling's family, it's difficult to measure the last year.
"It's just really hard to believe that a year has passed. In some ways it's been a very slow year and in other ways I can't believe how fast it's gone by but definitely the most painful year of my life," said Laura Saxton, Schelling's mother.
Saxton believes her daughter is dead and that foul play is involved.
Police have questioned Schelling's boyfriend who she went to visit. His name is Donthe Lucas.
According to Schelling family, Lucas has not been cooperative with police. Lucas has never been named a suspect in Schelling's disappearance.
According to Schelling's family, records show Lucas used Schelling's debit card after she disappeared.
"More than anything right now I want to be able to bring her home and get that closure," said Saxton.
In the last year, Schelling's story has garnered national attention. Our partners at Dateline NBC have been following the investigation since it broke.