I am told that the longer she is gone, our chances of getting her back greatly decrease so I'm wanting to do as much as possible as quickly as possible.
Thank you so much for everything,
Anybody with information should call the Mineral County Sheriff at (406) 822-3555.
Origins: Sixteen-year-old Kelsey Nicole Ray went missing from her Superior, Montana, home on 30 May 2010. She was believed to be traveling in the company of an eighteen-year-old fugitive named Kegan James Salter (who had outstanding felony warrants issued by the state of Montana), having reportedly been seen leaving the Salters' home in Sedro-Woolley, Washington (about 65 miles north of Seattle), where Kegan Salter's stepmother gave him money to return to Montana to deal with his legal issues.
According to the Clark Fork Chronicle:
Salter and Kelsey were said to be traveling in a red two door vehicle with Montana plates, Lt. William "Lin" Tucker said.
There are a lot of Salter family members in and around Sedro-Woolley, he added, noting that police officers initially made contact with Salter's uncle before locating his father.
Wanted posters created by Kelsey's parents, Kevin and Monica, and distributed using Facebook and other social media, were being placed in Sedro-Woolley patrol cars and posted in city hall, Lt. Tucker said.
"Our focus right now is getting the girl back," he said. "He has outstanding warrants and is wanted, but that's secondary. We just want to get the girl back," he said.
Kelsey is 5'6", 115 pounds, with strawberry-blonde hair and green eyes. The Facebook group "Find Kelsey Ray" contains posters with photographs of Kelsey available for download; a poster is also available from http://www.clarkforkchronicle.com/downloads/kelsey-missing.pdf. The posters note that anyone enabling a minor child to stay in a home without parental or guardian permission is committing a crime and can be charged with custodial interference, or more.