The suspect, 26-year-old Adre Jordan Barroso, is nicknamed “Psycho”.
Investigators from several Colorado law enforcement agencies are searching for a “dangerous”
The first set of remains was found following a search warrant for a property in the town of Los Sauce in the San Luis Valley on November 10, Konehos County Sheriff Garth Crowther told reporters during a virtual media conference on Wednesday. The investigation then led to another property nearby, where more remains were found, said Monte Vista police chief George Dingfelder.
As the investigation became more widespread, a working group of five separate agencies was set up on Nov. 13, including the Colorado Bureau of Investigation, Dingfelder said.
Colorado authorities are looking for 26-year-old Adre Jordan Barroso, who has an active arrest warrant and is nicknamed “Psycho,” Alamos police chief Ken Anderson told reporters. Barroso must be considered armed and dangerous, Anderson said.
Asked by reporters how Barroso was involved in the investigation, Anderson said those details could not be revealed at this time.
Forensic anthropologists have confirmed that the remains belong to three different people, Dingfelder said.
It is too early to link the remains to missing persons reports, Dingfelder said. Due to the condition of the remains, it could take weeks or months to be positively identified, he added.
The owners do not live in the property where the remains were found, the CBI said.
Investigators are still diligently searching for the properties, Crowther said.