Additional information update as of 060916 with pictures. A month after Fort Collins Police Services appealed to the public for leads about a rash of vehicle damage incidents, police have seen 40 more similar reports. The more recent incidents, which occurred between April 28 and May 23, were similar to the 61 reports received between April 12 and April 21. All the reports involved damage to vehicles that police believe was caused by small-caliber BB or pellet guns, rocks, or other materials. The vehicles were damaged during the overnight or early morning hours, and the incidents occurred across the city. CRIME: Fort Collins man fired shotgun in road-rage incident, police say Police are investigating the incidents as potentially related, spokeswoman Kate Kimble said. Once [...]
On May 15, 2016 at approximately 10:35 p.m., Loveland police officers responded to the Pizza Hut at 237 E. 29th St. on the report of a robbery. When the officers arrived, they were told that a man had entered the store shortly before 10:35p.m., presented a handgun, and demanded money. The man immediately left on foot with an undisclosed amount of cash. The man was described as white or Hispanic, approximately 5’10” tall, and 150 pounds. He was wearing a black hoodie, black ski mask, and black pants. Neither photos nor video are available.