Investigators seek public help in finding truck linked to Northern Colorado shootings
If someone believes they have information the task force should know about, call the task force tip line at (970) 498-5595 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Investigators working on the shootings in northern Colorado released a photo of a pickup truck they say may have been involved.
The truck’s image was released Tuesday at a news conference and investigators said that another person had come forward to report a shooting incident.
The person reported to the task force they were shot at the night of June 3 in the area of Denver Avenue and E. Eisenhower Boulevard in Loveland.
That is roughly 2 miles from East 1st Street and St. Louis Avenue where William Connole was shot late that evening. The person shot at was not injured.
Task force investigators developed what they believe to be a depiction of a vehicle of interest based on several interviews and canvasses during the investigation. Investigators say it is likely these two incidents are related and are seeking information about this vehicle of interest.
Specifically, the task force needs the public’s help in locating a 1970’s model, full-size, single cab Chevrolet or GMC pickup truck that is faded orange in color with a full-size bed. It is possibly a 1973 – 1979 model GM pickup based on the round headlight shape. The pickup is one color, faded orange, and has black primer on the driver’s side body.
While the shooting in Larimer County on April 22 and the shooting of Windsor resident John Jacoby on May 18 in Windsor have been linked by evidence, there is still no indication of a direct link between those two incidents and the two incidents in Loveland.
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