On December 7, 2016 at about 3:20 PM an employee of Lee’s Cyclery at 202 W. Laurel reported that a male suspect had stolen a bicycle from the store. The male suspect was described as a white male, approximately 35-40 years old wearing a black jacket, brown hat and black backpack. The male suspect was looking at a bicycle and when the employee was not looking, he left the store with a red and white colored Specialized brand 29 inch mountain bike valued at $2500. The serial number on the bicycle ends with the numbers 8601. Video images of the suspect were obtained. Anyone with information should contact Fort Collins Police Services Officer Werder at (970) 221-6555. FCPD Case # [...]
On September 23, 2016, at approximately 5:30 pm, the Timnath Police Department received a report of a suspicious vehicle parked in a local farmer’s field. The field is located north of East Prospect Road and Larimer County Road 5. When the Timnath Police Department approached the vehicle they found a deceased body in the vehicle. Larimer County Sheriff’s Office immediately responded to assist Timnath with the scene. At this time the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office has taken the primary role in the investigation and Timnath Police Department will be assisting. The deceased body is being investigated as a homicide. At this time no further information will be released.
Between 10:00 p.m. on Friday, September 16, and 6:00 a.m. on Saturday, September 17, eight vehicle trespasses occurred in the Mary’s Farm area of the Town of Berthoud. The specific area targeted was between 1st and 4th Streets (east to west) and E. Michigan and Iowa Avenues (north to south). All of the vehicles entered were left unsecured and were easily accessed by the suspect(s). Electronics, cash, credit cards, and other miscellaneous items were reported stolen. The Larimer County Sheriff’s Office recommends taking specific actions to reduce the chances of becoming a victim of theft. Roll up your vehicle windows, lock the doors, and do not leave valuables in plain sight inside your vehicle. Most criminals will not risk attracting [...]
On September 6, 2016 at approximately 4:00 a.m., the Loveland Police Department received a call from a resident in the 400 block of 23rd Street SW. The caller said that he woke up and saw a man leaving his house. Loveland police officers were dispatched to the home. While the officers were responding to the home, the Department received another call from a different home a few houses away. The second caller said he heard someone walking through his house. The caller didn’t see him. The man left the house. When officers arrived, one officer saw a suspicious car driving in the area. The officer lost sight of the vehicle for a moment. When she located the vehicle again, it [...]
On 09/13/2016 at approximately 20:40 hours, a call came in to Loveland Police Dept's dispatch center. Report of the playground equipment on fire. Fire department arrived and put out the flames. There was heavy damage to the rope bridge area of the playground equipment. I would like to see if Crime Stoppers can post this as I do not have any suspects at this time. My contact number is 970-962-2052 ext 1172.
At approximately 2 a.m. on Saturday, 08/27/16, Larimer County Sheriff’s Office deputies responded to the area of 400 South Overland Trail on report of a shooting. Two brothers had gotten into an argument, and one had shot the other and then left the scene. The victim was transported to an area hospital, and deputies are actively searching for the suspect in the area bordered by Overland Trail, Taft Hill Road, Mulberry Street, and Laporte Avenue. The suspect is described as a 17 year old Hispanic male, approximately 5’07” and 140 pounds. He was last seen wearing a white t-shirt stained with blood and white shorts. He is believed to be armed. We are asking residents inside the boundary of the [...]
At 9:41 p.m. on Saturday, August 13, 2016 the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office was notified of a robbery at the Holiday Twin Drive-In located at 2206 South Overland Trail in Fort Collins. Two men approached the ticket booth, pointed a handgun at the Drive-In employee and left with an undetermined amount of money. The Drive-In employee described the two suspects as follows: Suspect 1 is a Caucasian male in his 20s to early 30s. He was approximately 6 tall with a medium build. He wore a camo jacket, camo hat, and had either a black or green bandana over his face. Suspect 2 is also a male in his 20s to early 30s but the Drive-In employee wasn’t able to [...]
On August 3, 2016, at approximately 8:00 pm, the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office received reports that a robbery had just occurred in the parking lot of Choice Organics located at 813 Smithfield Drive in Fort Collins. An employee of the store called 911and reported that one adult male and one adult female were approached outside the business by two men. One suspect indicated to the victims he was armed and then took the marijuana they had just purchased. The two suspects fled eastbound on foot where they entered a vehicle and drove away. Both victims are visiting Colorado from out of state and neither were injured. Deputies responded to the area, but could not locate the suspects or their vehicle. [...]
On August 3, 2016, at approximately 12:00 pm, the Estes Valley Fire Protection District and a Larimer County Sheriff’s Office deputy responded to a smoke report near the Lumpy Ridge Trailhead in Rocky Mountain National Park. They discovered a wildland fire burning an area approximately 50 feet by 50 feet and it was quickly extinguished. The investigation revealed the fire was burning where someone was obviously camping, but camping is prohibited in that area. Witnesses reported seeing two white males in their late teens or early twenties carrying camping equipment and supplies to that area just prior to seeing smoke. Unfortunately, no further descriptions of the two males were provided. Anyone with information about this incident or the two aforementioned [...]
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 [...]