LOVELAND, Colo. (CBS4)– Investigators plan to give an update into the unsolved shootings in Northern Colorado. The update, scheduled for Tuesday, is expected to include new information on the four shootings in Northern Colorado between April 22 and June 3, 2015.

Those four shootings are:

    • On April 22, approximately 11:15 p.m., Cori Romero reported she had been involved in a traffic accident as she was merging onto southbound Interstate 25 from Harmony Road in Larimer County. It was later determined that Ms. Romero had been shot in the neck with a firearm while she was driving.
Cori Romero (credit: CBS)

Cori Romero (credit: CBS)

    • On May 18, approximately 10:15 a.m., John Jacoby was shot and killed while riding his bicycle near the intersection of Weld County Road 15 and Weld County Road 72 in Windsor.
John Jacoby (credit: marksfuneralservice.com)

John Jacoby (credit: marksfuneralservice.com)

    • On June 3, approximately 10:30 pm, a person was shot at while riding a motorcycle near the intersection of Denver Drive and East 18th Street in Loveland. The person was not injured.
    • On June 3, 2015, at approximately 10:45 p.m., William Connole was shot and killed while standing at the intersection of East 1st Street and North St. Louis Avenue in Loveland.
William Connole (credit: Connole Family)

William Connole (credit: Connole Family)

A task force was formed to take on the investigation into the shootings.

Those investigators continue to monitor reports of shattered vehicle windows but there is no physical or forensic evidence recovered to indicate those cases are related to the four shootings in Northern Colorado.

The task force includes personnel from the following: Larimer County Sheriff’s Office, Windsor Police Department, Weld County Sheriff’s Office, Larimer County District Attorney’s Office, FBI, ATF, Loveland Police Department, Colorado State Patrol, Fort Collins Police, Greeley Police Department, Colorado Bureau of Investigation.

Additional Information from the Task Force:

Authorities would like anyone with any information to call the Task Force Tip Line at 970.498.5595 or via email. If you see this vehicle moving and/or occupied, please immediately call 911 so local law enforcement can respond and follow all the directions of the emergency dispatcher. If you can do so safely, please gather as much information about the vehicle to include license plate state and number, distinguishing characteristics of the vehicle, description of the occupant(s), and/or a photograph.

The Federal Bureau of Investigation continues to offer a $50,000 reward for information leading to the arrest, prosecution, and conviction of the individual(s) responsible for any of these crimes.

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