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16-year-old Karlie Guse’ last seen walking toward Highway 6

Karlie Guse’ missing Chalfant, California

Karlie Guse’, 16, was last seen Saturday, October 13, 2018 walking on Ponderosa Street near White Mountain Estate Road toward Highway 6 in Chalfant, California, according to the Mono County Sheriff’s Office.  Chalfant is near Bishop, Calif.  Before that, she was last seen by her mother, Melissa at 6:30 a.m.   Melissa also stated that it was a neighbor that saw Karlie about 7:30 a.m. Saturday, and gave Melissa a description of the clothing that Karlie was wearing.

Nic Guse’ said, “It has been 48 hours now that my niece, Karlie Guse has gone missing and lived right next to highway 6 in Chalfant and splits off near the Nevada/Utah border into HWY 93 & Hwy 50 and then branches to other highways as well.”

The sheriff’s office said on Sunday, “Despite a thorough search around her home and many inquiries with friends in Bishop, we are no closer to finding her.”


Melissa Guse’, Karlie’s very worried mother said Karlie “was wearing a white T-shirt and grey sweatpants and Vans shoes. Karlie may be disoriented from dehydration and hunger and does not have any personal belongings or cell phone with her.”

Helicopters, search and rescue and K-9s have been out searching for her, but so far she is still missing.

KarlieGuse’ is  5’ 07”, 110 pounds, long dark blonde hair and blue eyes.

Please share. If you hear anything about Karlie, please call us at 760-932-7549, option 7.

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