FBI Investigates Pictures That Show Kidnapping Suspect In Castle Rock
DENVER (CBS4)- Police in Denver and the FBI have new clues in their search for kidnapping suspect Bret Lee Luckett Thompson. The FBI said pictures of Thompson were taken at convenience store in Castle Rock at about 6:30 a.m. Friday, June 3.
The FBI has interviewed employees of the store. Agents are speculating that Thompson was heading out of town.
“The other photos of him are the ATM photos and an entrance way photo of him going into that convenience store in Castle Rock, Colorado,” said FBI spokesman Dave Joly.
Also caught on camera, the white van Thompson was said to be driving at the time of the abduction.
The suspect was possibly driving a 1999 white Pontiac Montana with Colorado license plate 697-WJA or Louisiana license plate STV-813.
Thompson is wanted on charges of kidnapping and sexual assault in the abduction of an 8-year-old girl on June 2. She was taken from an alley in southwest Denver and found 90 minutes later 3 miles away at a gas station on Federal.
Thompson has two tattoos on his upper right arm. One on the inner right arm has unknown letters. The other, on the right outer arm, has the letters SS.
Police said Thompson is a transient who trims and shoes horses and typically hangs out in rural areas.
There is a new tip that came in to the FBI in the last 24 hours that someone who looked like Thompson was seen in Cheyenne, Wyoming.
There is currently a reward of $12,000 for information that leads to an arrest in the case. Anyone with information on Thompson is asked to call Denver police or Crime Stoppers at (720) 913-STOP.