Press conference Friday for missing teen Karlie Guse

News release

One Year Anniversary of Karlie Guse’s Disappearance – The Search Continues
Mono County Sheriff’s Office, FBI, and Karlie’s Family Join Together
to Remind Public of Continuing Effort to Find Karlie

Missing Juvenile Karlie Gusé

When: Friday, October 11, 2019, 11 a.m.
Please arrive by 10:30 a.m. to set up.
Where: Chalfant Community Center
123 Valley Rd.
Chalfant, CA 93514
Who: Sheriff Ingrid Braun
Mono County Sheriff’s Office
Karlie’s Father and Stepmother
Zac Guse’ and Melissa Guse’
Karlie’s Mother
Lindsay Fairley

Assistant Special Agent in Charge Robert Tripp
Federal Bureau of Investigation, Sacramento Field Office
Public Information Officer Sarah Roberts
Mono County Sheriff’s Office
Representatives from other agencies will be present.

What: Media event marking the one-year anniversary of the disappearance Karlie Gusé.

Karlie walked away from her home in the early morning hours of October 13,
2018 and has not been seen since that morning. The Mono County Sheriff’s
Office and the Federal Bureau of Investigation have been actively searching for
her and are seeking the public’s continued assistance in locating Karlie to reunite
her with her family.

 

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One Response to Press conference Friday for missing teen Karlie Guse

  1. Terry M Parks November 24, 2019 at 10:27 am #

    Seems wrong that Karlie’s “Missing Child Poster” hasn’t been included in any of the weekly USPS mailed “RED PLUM Weekly ADS” delivery that includes a “HAVE YOU SEEN ME” missing child poster ID photo and description. Over the past year there’s been numerous missing children from CA featured in this National Program flyer distribution, in fact they’ve included the same missing child for several weeks in a row, several times. These “RED PLUM ADS” are delivered to every address in the U.S., including to all Post Office Boxes – This is an excellent tool for helping locate a missing child, by exposing awareness about the missing child nationwide. Karlie’s poster needs to be included in one or some of these weekly mailings; and, it’s up to the family and law enforcement agency responsible to contact the NCMEC and arrange this to happen…

     

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