By Jack Lowenstein

Update: Tre Richardson In Custody After Suspected Kidnapping Of Angela O’Neill In Montrose, Who Is Still Missing

MONTROSE, Colo. (CBS4) – Wednesday night, Colorado Bureau of Investigation issued an Endangered Missing Alert for a Montrose Police Department investigation of a woman who is believed to be kidnapped.

According to CBI, investigators believe suspect Tre Richardson, 27, kidnapped Angela O’Neill, 41, who was last seen at 5:50 p.m.

In a Montrose PD press release, MPD confirmed police responded to a home in the 100 Block of South San Juan Avenue and spoke with witnesses about the suspected kidnapping. They told investigators that a man arrived, demanding to speak with a woman inside the home, and it was determined the two knew each other.

Witnesses said the man forced the woman from the home and toward a car before leaving the area.

The suspect was identified as Richardson, who is 6-feet, 4-inches tall and weighs approximately 220 pounds. He has multiple, distinctive tattoos on his neck and face and may have ties to the Grand Junction and/or Mesa County area.

(credit: Colorado Bureau of Investigation)

The vehicle Richardson was reportedly driving at the time of these offenses was a 2003 dark blue Ford Windstar minivan with silver trim on its lower quarter panels. The last known license plate on the vehicle was CGX-453.

A warrant for Richardson’s arrest was issued for this case, including offenses for burglary, kidnapping, first-degree criminal trespass, assault, criminal mischief, child abuse and domestic violence.

Although no information from the investigation suggests to investigators Richardson was armed with any weapons, they say he has recent involvement in a case in another jurisdiction where a knife was used in the commission of a crime.

Anyone who sees Richardson is advised to avoid approaching and immediately call 911 or Montrose PD at 970-249-9110. Montrose PD is requesting that anyone who has information about Richardson’s whereabouts or associations contact the police department.

Jack Lowenstein