CO – Searchers find human remains in Gunnison forest; likely missing hiker Sherri Ahlbrandt – The Denver Post

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A search team on Wednesday discovered human remains in an area of the Gunnison National Forest where the pack of a missing woman was recently found by hunters.

Investigators believe the remains are those of Sherri Ahlbrandt, a Littleton woman who went missing in the area in August, but the identity has not yet been positively confirmed.

“This discovery, relative to the location of the waist pack, would indicate the remains may be those of Ms. Ahlbrandt,” said Marjorie Trautman, a Mount Crested Butte Police Department spokeswoman. “However, this information is not, yet, confirmed as the search team is still in the field.”

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CO – Police: Paul Kitterman, Broncos fan missing 5 days simply went for walk –

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(CNN) — A Denver Broncos fan who disappeared during a game five days ago simply had “had his fill of football” and decided to take a walk to “somewhere warmer,” police said Wednesday.

Paul Kitterman, 53, was found safe Tuesday night in Pueblo, Colorado, about 110 miles south of Denver’s Sports Authority Field at Mile High.

Though the Pueblo Police Department released additional details about Kitterman’s disappearance, questions will probably persist among his family and friends. One pal told CNN early Tuesday she was sure that “something bad” had happened to him.

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CO – DPD reviewing stadium surveillance for missing man Paul Kitterman

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DENVER – Denver Police detectives are reviewing surveillance camera video from Sports Authority Field, looking for Paul Kitterman, 53, who was last seen in the level two concourse during halftime of Thursday’s Broncos game.

Kitterman and his stepson traveled to Denver from Kremmling on Thursday for the game with two friends.

Kitterman and his son Jarod Tonneson were separated from their friends in two different sections during the game. They met at half time near the Level 2 concession stand on the southeast side of the stadium.

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CO – Search called off for endangered children Lahnaiya Palmer & Kahvarri Shelton

CASTLE ROCK – Police are investigating a child abuse complaint but called off the search for two missing children after their mother voluntarily contacted authorities late Saturday evening.

Police are investigating Monisha Bush, 30, for complaints of child abuse. She and her two children were last seen Thursday, October 23 outside their daycare provider near 5th and Gilbert streets.

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Two endangered children Lahnaiya Palmer and Kahvarri Shelton missing in Castle Rock, CO

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CASTLE ROCK – Police are investigating a child abuse complaint and are ask for the public’s help as they search for the two missing, endangered children.

Police say the children 5-year-old Lahnaiya Palmer and 2-year-old Kahvarri Shelton were last seen with their mother on Thursday, October 23 outside their daycare provider near 5th and Gilbert streets. Police fear the children may be in danger.

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CO – Parker Police seeking missing teenaged girl Mina Marscellus – The Denver Post

Parker Police is looking for a girl who has been missing since early Thursday morning.

Mina Marscellus is 15, 5-foot-4, 140 pounds, with with red hair and blue eyes.

Police said Marscellus was last seen early Thursday walking to her bus stop in Parker. She was wearing a blue hooded windbreaker style jacket, blue jeans and black tennis shoes. Marscellus was also wearing an orange hooded sweatshirt, which has a picture of “Kenny” from “Southpark” on the front of it.

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Hunter finds evidence of missing Littleton, CO woman Sherri Ahlbrandt in Gunnison forest – The Denver Post

Hunters in a remote area of the Gunnison National Forest came across a fanny pack belonging to a Littleton woman who was reported missing in August. A hunter found a pack belonging to Sherri O. Ahlbrandt on Oct. 18 on the west side of Oh Be Joyful Pass in Doughty Basin along Middle Anthracite Creek.

The dark pack contained a cell phone, eye glasses, a hair brush and hair ties, said Billy McMillan, of Glenwood Springs, one of the hunters.

It also contained a small medical kit, including bandages, sun screen and ointment. The pack was found in a rugged, remote area, with steep canyon walls rising above the creek. It was in fairly good shape, McMillan said, but in a spot where it could have come to rest after washing up from the creek.

The phone and an eye-glass case each had a small label attached with Ahlbrandt’s name typed on the labels.

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