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Walk for Justice held for 2nd anniversary of pregnant woman’s disappearance

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PUEBLO, Colo. --A young woman, Kelsie Schelling, went missing Feb. 4, 2013 and still has not been found.

She lived in Denver but disappeared during a trip to Pueblo, while she was 8 weeks pregnant.

A Walk for Justice was held in Kelsie's honor on Sat. Feb. 7, 2015 over two years since she went missing.

Her parents and hundreds of her supporters marched for the justice of their daughter's disappearance in Pueblo.

The group walked from the Pueblo Police Department to the district attorney's office.

Foul play has been suspected by the family. They said Kelsie's boyfriend and baby's father, Donthe Lucas, was named a person of interest in her disappearance.

Kelsie’s parents filed a lawsuit against Pueblo Police, the City of Pueblo and Donthe Lucas along with some of his family members on Friday.

Kelsie's mom hopes the suit and the march will bring more awareness that more needs to done to find her daughter.

“Bring Kelsie home that's goal number one we're not going to go away we're not going to be bullied, intimidated, we're not going to give up. We're going to keep taking whatever steps to make that happen,” said Kelsie’s mother.

Her family is encouraging anyone with information visit helpfindkelsie.com or her Facebook page.

Click here to read past coverage on Kelsie's situation