Reward For Info On Northern Colorado Shootings Bumped Up To $50K

September 17, 2015

The FBI has bumped up its reward for information about a series of unsolved shootings in northern Colorado.

The task force investigating the four shootings has increased the reward to $50,000. The public is being asked to come forward with any information that might help.

In April, a woman was shot in the neck driving on Interstate 25. In May, a bicyclist was shot and killed in Windsor. Authorities say they have evidence linking those shootings.

Investigators are still trying to determine if two other shootings are connected – the killing of a man in Loveland and another shooting nearby on that same day in June.

The task force has processed more than 2,550 leads so far, and conducted over 500 interviews. 

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