Colorado Springs Gunman Identified As 33-Year-Old

A law enforcement official has identified the man who killed three people during a rampage through the streets of Colorado Springs as 33-year-old Noah Jacob Harpham.

The official with direct knowledge of the investigation was not authorized to speak publicly about the investigation. The official on Monday confirmed Harpham's identity on the condition of anonymity.

Witnesses say Harpham had a rifle in one hand and a revolver in the other when he killed a bicyclist on Saturday. He then walked less than a mile and fatally shot two women who were on a porch of a sober living home. Witnesses say he was then killed in a gunbattle with police.

Colorado Springs police have not released the names of the gunman or victims, pending the completion of autopsies.