Suspect at large after multiple victim homicide in Adams County

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ADAMS COUNTY, Colo. — Deputies in Adams County were investigating a homicide with multiple victims Wednesday morning.

Over a dozen Adams County investigators were looking for clues near a home at the intersection of Broadway and Cragmore Street, which is just northwest of the intersection of Interstate 25 and U.S. 36.

Adams County Sheriff’s Office spokesperson Terrance O’Neill confirmed there were multiple victims found in a home¬†on¬†Cragmore Street, but he did not specify the number.

O’Neill also said deputies were on the lookout for a person of interest, who is believed to be driving a Jeep Wrangler with a hard top. O’Neill was unable to provide any license plate information or additional details about the vehicle.

O’Neill did not name the person of interest, but said he was a Hispanic male with full sleeve tattoos.

In describing the report of the incident, O’Neill said a 911 call was made by a “hysterical female who said there was a disturbance at the home and hung up immediately.”

O’Niell said investigators were interviewing witnesses and a tip line has been set up at 720-322-1313.

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