Profiler sheds light on serial shooting suspect’s motivations

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DENVER -- A new look into the mind of a possible serial shooter in northern Colorado. It has been nine days since the gunman may have last attacked.

The first time was April 22. A woman was shot in the neck as she drove on I-25 in Fort Collins.

Then, a bicyclist was shot and killed on May 18 near Windsor.

Last week, a 65-year-old man was gunned down while walking in Loveland.

Justin Joseph spoke to a criminal profiler to get a better understanding of the suspect's motives.

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