Used Cars Fort Collins Co – An Iowa man and his daughter, a resident of Fort Collins, were identified as two people who were killed in an accident near the intersection of Harmony Road and Boardwalk Drive which occurred Thursday morning after a suspicious vehicle fled police, coroner Larimer confirmed on Saturday. .
John Nees, 55, from Cedar Rapids, Iowa and Nicole Nees, 38, from Fort Collins, were killed in a collision after the accident, according to Coroner County Larimer. Fort Collins police spokesman Brandon Barnes said in a video posted to the department’s Twitter account that an accident involving a suspicious vehicle officer had been called to check nearby not long before.
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Barnes said officers were called about suspicious vehicles near the Arctic Fox Drive and Caribou Drive intersections Thursday morning – near English Ranch Park. But when the officers arrived, the vehicle escaped from the scene. Barnes said officers did not pursue him.
Shortly after, around 10:30 a.m., the vehicle was involved in an accident that killed Nees. Barnes said the driver of the vehicle suspected of being taken into police custody.
Photographs from the scene showed a car and a pickup truck involved in the accident and that another pickup truck had crashed into a nearby building.
Dallas Schleining told Denver7 that the truck hit a truck that was a “suspicious vehicle” involved in the accident and said it was stolen from its cattle feed near Ault around Wednesday night or Thursday morning early morning.
The information was confirmed by investigators, who said Friday the truck was stolen from Weld Regency.
“My wife actually parked it there last night around 4 and I was there at 5:30 this morning and I don’t think it happened after that, so sometimes between hours it must be gone,” said Schleining .
He said he received a call from the police around midday Thursday to ask if the truck was missing.
“I wasn’t really sure what to expect. The clerk told me that pickup might be total, but I expect it looks worse than that,” Schleining said.
“But seeing other vehicles there, [they] are clearly worse than I expected.”
He said he was still unsure who stole his truck and hit it.
“I am not so sure. I am curious about who stole the vehicle … It was clearly sitting there. We had a pretty good operation and just to have something like that missing put a lot of questions in my mind, for sure,” he said.
On Friday, police confirmed that the stolen truck was the same as the one involved in the smash-and-grab weapons robbery that occurred at a Fort Collins pawnshop around 3:30 a.m., after the firearms in the truck matched those stolen during the theft.
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