Authorities are looking for a man with a lengthy criminal history after three sets of human remains were found on two properties in Colorado last week.
Citing police, The Denver Post reported that the remains were found on two rural properties in Conejos County as authorities executed a search warrant related to stolen cars and construction equipment.
Reports indicated that the remains were skeletal. Investigators said it may take weeks to identify the three bodies due to the state of decomposition.
Monte Vista police Chief George Dingfelder said what complicates the issue is the three decedents may not have been reported missing in Monte Vista and Alamos. Investigators have not determined how they died or their sexes or ages, according to the Alamosa Valley Courier.
The Colorado Bureau of Investigation announced Wednesday that they are seeking Adre “Psycho” Baroz, 26, in connection with this case.
The Post reported that Baroz has convictions in Colorado for various crimes, including theft and assault. Currently, he has four open cases for obstructing government operations, assault, possession of a weapon by a felon, and multiple drug offenses.
Records show Baroz was due in court Wednesday for hearings related to three of those open cases.
“He is a danger to the public right now,” Alamosa Chief of Police Ken Anderson commented, according to KCNC.
Anderson called Baroz the “clear suspect” and said there is an active homicide warrant issued for his arrest.
It is not immediately clear how exactly Baroz is connected to the stolen property investigation. A motive also remains undisclosed.
Authorities declined to say whether they believe Baroz is a serial killer. They did state that their investigation does not appear to be related to the Suzanne Morphew case in Chaffee County. Morphew, 49, has not been seen since leaving her home for a bike ride on Mother’s Day.
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[Featured image: Adre Baroz/Colorado Bureau of Investigation]