Search Continues For Suspect In Murder Of Denver Man

DENVER (CBS4)- Police in Denver admit they’re stumped in finding a suspect who shot and killed a custodian as he drove home from work.

At first, police believed Manuel Amaro-Rojas died after he crashed his car through a fence at 8th and Decatur on Aug. 11.

Officers later realized the 24-year-old Denver man had been shot to death.

Amaro-Rojas had left work in downtown Denver minutes before he was shot and subsequently crashed his green, four-door 1998 Hyundai Elantra. He had gunshot wounds to his right arm and chest.

Anyone with information is asked to call Denver police at (720) 913-2000. Remain anonymous and call Crime Stoppers at (720) 913-STOP (7867).

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  1. David Whittle says:

    Hmmm-road rage??

  2. Ur Worstnightmare. says:

    No “Dream Act” for this one.

  3. Earl Hickey says:

    An illegal driving a 1998 Hyundai alone in itself is a mystery. Usually there are at least 6 people in one.

  4. FCO says:

    ALL OF YOU RACIST PEOPLE CAN GO TO HELL!!!!!!. YOU DON’T KNOW THE PAIN HIS FAMILY IS SUFFERING.

  5. Amaro says:

    No “Dream Act” for this one? That’s just uncalled for. Seriously. Quit being so racist! My family is going through a lot of pain and suffering. I speak on behalf of Manuel’s family. He was my cousin and we miss him dearly. No racist comments are needed. Have some respect.
    @FCO – I appreciate what you said.
    We miss you Manuel
    R.I.P. Primo

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