SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP/CBS4) — Police in Puerto Rico said Monday that they are seeking clues to help solve the killing of Andrew James Coyle, a tourist from Colorado who was thrown from an SUV and run over in the U.S. territory’s capital. The incident occurred before dawn on Feb. 1 in San Juan and authorities identified the 39-year-old Coyle of Denver as the victim. He was disconnected from life support on Sunday.
Police said they are trying to find the Nissan Pathfinder used in the killing, adding that they don’t yet have a motive. No one has been arrested.
Coyle, 39, was a former teacher with Denver Public Schools. He taught at DSST until 2015.
Coyle is the second U.S. tourist killed in Puerto Rico this month. On Feb. 2, an American Airlines pilot was killed in a crossfire between a customer and bodyguards while standing outside a strip club in San Juan.
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