Today Marks 3 Years Since Karlie Guse’s Disappearance

https3A2F2Fprod.static9.netOn October 13th, 2018, Karlie Lain Guse was last seen in the early hours of the morning in White Mountain Estates in Chalfant, California, walking towards Highway 6. Today, October 13th, 2021, marks exactly three years since that day.

Karlie’s family reported her missing on the morning of October 13th, 2018. The last time they had seen her was the pre-dawn hours of that same day at their residence in White Mountain Estates, and she left sometime in the early morning wearing gray sweatpants or jeans, a white T-shirt, and Vans brand shoes with no other personal belongings.

Witnesses saw Karlie walking south about 30 yards east of Highway 6 and 100 yards south of Sierra View Road that morning.

The area where she was last seen has been thoroughly searched and investigated, but no evidence has been found and she has not contacted any family or friends since that time.

When Karlie went missing, she was 16 years old, and turned 19 on May 13, 2021. At the time of her disappearance, her physicalgA1IAbbVS4hxoD35BjyqL7I rIe OBUGalUg 9PmqLrLYixbToK7IHFnXhjjPz2vasIRpBMWH5Cz7XKc7pb5Vr5qUtSG13s2ZQ5UUmrc 7aIqIdwIB6T9WGZmd5VVTWsOue4 description was as follows: blue eyes, dark blonde hair, a height of 5’7″, a weight of 110 pounds, and had her left nostril pierced.

As of today, the FBI is offering a $5,000 dollar reward, and the family is offering a $17,500 award for the safe return of Karlie Guse. Since her disappearance, the Mono County Sheriff has been continuing to investigate the case and appeal to the public for any information they may have.

If you have seen Karlie or if you have any information whatsoever on her whereabouts, please call the Mono County Sheriff’s Office at (760) 932-7549, option 7 or email at [email protected]. Or, you can send in tips anonymously to [email protected] or through the official Bring Karlie Home website, or at

In addition, here are the other social media accounts run by the family dedicated to bringing Karlie home safe. Click here to access the Facebook group, Facebook page, Instagram, or Twitter.

Eastern Sierra Now sends out our heartfelt condolences to the family and friends of Karlie Lain Guse, and will continue to spread her story and message in hopes that one day we can finally bring Karlie home.

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2 years ago

Why do they say she walked out of her home when they dont know that for sure? why no medical neglect charges ? Did they search the witnesses houses that claimed they seen her ?

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