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Posted on: November 12, 2015

Award of $20,000 available for info leading to arrest of suspect for shooting of CCPD Officer Kevin

Suspet at large

Federal, State And Local Law Enforcement Agencies Contribute Funds – Federal, state and local law enforcement agencies announced today the availability of a cash reward up to $20,000 for information leading to the arrest of the suspect involved in the shooting of Commerce City Police Officer Kevin Lord.

Lord, an eight-year veteran of the department, sustained non-life-threatening injuries on Sunday, Nov. 8, when he was shot during a proactive patrol. The Commerce City Police Department has an active investigation underway with the support of numerous law enforcement agencies to find the suspect, whom remains at-large.
“This incomprehensible act of violence directed at a police officer who dedicated his life to protecting our community is alarming,” said Commerce City Chief of Police Troy Smith. “The suspect poses a danger to all community members and must be identified and brought to justice.”

Police are searching for a suspect (photo attached) described as a white male in his late 40s/early 50s, with brown hair, thin build, wearing glasses and a black and white scarf around his neck.

“This individual is a menace to Commerce City and the surrounding area, and we want him out of our community. By attempting to murder one of our own, he has proven he is willing to kill someone with next to no provocation,” said ATF Special Agent in Charge Ken Croke. “Our hope is with the suspect’s information and the reward, someone will be able to provide his identity or whereabouts.”

Officers are still searching for the suspect’s vehicle, which is described as a late-90’s model maroon Nissan Pathfinder, with possible Colorado license plate of 679UNZ or 697UNZ. The vehicle may have minor right rear bumper damage and may have damage from the shots the officer fired at the vehicle.

"The FBI has contributed to the reward for information leading to the identification and arrest of the person responsible for the shooting of Officer Lord. For more than eight years, he has devoted himself to protecting residents of Commerce City. Officers who put their lives on the line to keep others safe shouldn't have to worry about their own protection," Thomas Ravenelle, Special Agent in Charge of the FBI Denver Division said. "Police officers risk their lives every day to keep us safe, so we owe it to them to help find the individual responsible for shooting Officer Lord."

Anyone with information on this crime should Call Metro Denver Crime Stoppers720-913-STOP (7867) or Text 274637 (CRIMES) then title DMCS & enter your message. Crime Stoppers collects information on unsolved crimes or individuals wanted by the police. Callers can remain anonymous and the tip line is answered 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The Commerce City Tip Line is also available for public use: 303-289-3626.

Contact: Commander Dennis Moon, Commerce City Police
Mobile: 303-994-1146
Email: dmoon@c3gov.com

Deborah Sherman, Federal Bureau of Investigation
Desk: 303-630-6060
Email: Deborah.sherman@ic.fbi.gov

Michelle Halstead, Commerce City
Mobile: 720-454-9680
Email: mhalstead@c3gov.com

Lisa Meiman, ATF Denver Field Division
Mobile: 303-565-9990
Email: Lisa.H.Meiman@usdoj.gov

View full Crime Stoppers Bulletin here
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