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Vehicle of interest related to shootings identified Tuesday

The task force investigating recent shootings in Northern Colorado released a description of a potential vehicle of interest Tuesday.

Photo Courtesy: Larimer County Sheriff's Office
Photo Courtesy: Larimer County Sheriff’s Office

Larimer County Sheriff’s Office press release said the faded orange 1970s model truck is a full-sized, single cab Chevrolet or GMC with a full-size bed.

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During a press conference Tuesday, police asked the audience to pay attention to the round headlights.

Anyone with information regarding this vehicle of interest is asked to call the task force tip line at 970-498-5595 or email the task force at taskforce@larimer.org.

The shootings in Larimer County April 22 and in Windsor May 18 have been connected by evidence, but police say there is no direct connection between these incidents and those in Loveland.

The task force is comprised of the Denver Division of the FBI, Larimer County Sheriff’s Office, Windsor Police Department, Loveland Police Department and Larimer and Weld District Attorney’s Offices. The FBI offers a $20,000 reward for information regarding the arrest, prosecution and conviction of those responsible.

Collegian News Editor Hannah Ditzenberger can be reached at news@collegian.com or on Twitter at @h_ditzenberger.

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