At least 3 human remains found on 2 properties in San Luis Valley; suspect goes by ‘Psycho’

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CONEJOS COUNTY, Colo. (KDVR) – Human remains were discovered in Conejos County, the Colorado Bureau of Investigations (CBI) announced on Tuesday.

Remains were found on two nearby properties close to the town of Las Sauces. The property owners do not live on the properties, according to the CBI.

The task force investigating the human remains found said the suspect in the case is Adre Jordan Baroz, 26. His nickname is “Psycho” according to the CBI. He is armed and dangerous and is a threat to the public.

Law enforcement is attempting to identify the recovered remains of at least 3 people.

The remains could take weeks or months to identify due to their condition, according to the task force.

A multi-agency investigation, including the Conejos and Saguache County sheriff’s offices, the Alamosa and Monte Vista police departments, and the CBI is underway.

“This case does not appear to be connected to the Suzanne Morphew missing person investigation, but all possibilities are being considered,” the CBI said.

Anyone with information is asked to call the CBI’s tip line at: 719-270-0210.

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