Northern Colorado shooting task force to provide update Thursday

A spokesperson for the Northern Colorado Shooting Task Force said police have poured over leads and interviewed 10 people, but nothing is connecting the new shootings with the original four.


The task force, which includes Windsor police, Loveland police, the Federal Bureau of Investigation , and the Weld and Larimer county sheriff’s offices, has released no new information since late June.

The first shooting in April – a non-fatal shot that struck a driver at Interstate 25 and Harmony Road near Fort Collins – sparked concern among southern Wyoming residents who frequently travel or commute along I-25.

It doesn’t appear any arrests have been made in the shootings.

Caption + A Northern Colorado shooting task force released this artist sketch of a “vehicle of interest” linked to two June 3, 2015 shootings.

“The damage occurred to a portion of the building that was occupied at the time and no one was injured”, law enforcement officials said.

Spokesman David Moore says investigators are looking into shots fired at a health center and a school Sunday but says there’s nothing to indicate they are related those four shootings in the spring.

The same day, an elementary school in the area reported to the Larimer County Sheriff’s Department that it too was damaged by a firearm.

On June 3, a person was shot at while riding a motorcycle near the intersection of Denver Drive and East 18th Street in Loveland. Task force investigators have followed up on 748 vehicles and looked at over 100 videos from businesses in the vicinity of these four crimes.


Moore said the task force has so far found no connection between the Colorado shootings and “other seemingly random shooting incidents in the United States”.

Colorado shooting task force released this artist sketch of a'vehicle of interest linked to two