A League City family desperately searches for any sign of Scott Guseman.

He was last seen leaving his home in the Vantage Point Circle subdivision Monday morning. Surveillance video at the WalMart on FM 518 and Hwy 146 showed Scott making a purchase at 8:13 a.m. A couple of hours later, his debit card was used at a stand alone ATM. That was the last sign of the 51 year old father of two. When Scott didn’t make it to work at W&O Supply, his coworkers and family started searching the 45 minute route for any sign of him.

“He used the debit card for a total of $13.77. It is two miles from the house, if that.” says Scott’s cousin, Kelly Baker. The family has blanketed the area with flyers, set up a Facebook page and tries not to think the worst. “He is the most stable man I know. He is content. He is happy. He is jovial. He is kind. He is devoted to his family. He loves his job. This is so completely out of character for this man.”

Sgt. Bryan Campbell with League City Police Department agrees. He says this case raises red flags and hopes someone out there has information.

Scott and April Guseman’s 25th wedding anniversary is next month. Now she and their two sons are doing everything they can to stay strong and find him. Scott is 6 feet tall, 200 pounds with Blonde hair and blue eyes. He has a tattoo of the Tasmanian Devil on his left calf. He was driving a 2007 Red Dodge Ram long bed pickup truck with the Texas license plate of 84BLT6.

If you have any information, you’re asked to contact the League City PD at 281-338-4177. The Facebook page set up by the family can be found at

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