Fort Collins police are continuing their investigation into the January 13 report of a male who contacted a woman at her residence in the 1200 block of Gaelic Place (northeast Fort Collins) and identified himself as a Larimer County Sheriff’s Deputy.
The incident occurred on January 12, 2006 at approximately 12:45 p.m. The suspect warned the woman of a serial rapist in the neighborhood and urged her to lock her doors. He then asked her for some personal information and asked if she lived alone. When the victim contacted Fort Collins Police the next day, she learned there was no report of a serial rapist in the area and that no law enforcement officer had been to her home.
This is not a new incident. Fort Collins police are continuing the investigation into this case and are seeking information from the public to help solve this crime.
The suspect is described as approximately 30 years old, 5’9″ tall with dark brown hair, green eyes, a small mustache and a square jaw. He was wearing a dark blue uniform shirt with patches, dark blue pants, a gold badge and a black “basket weave” belt with a baton.
The woman described the suspect’s vehicle as a “sporty” mid-90’s white Chevrolet Camaro or Intrepid with blue and gold stripes running along the length of the car. The words “Larimer County Sheriff” were printed on the side of the vehicle. The car did not have a red and blue light bar mounted on the top. The car may be an old police car. See sample picture of the car:
Anyone with information about this incident, the impersonator, the vehicle, or who has had similar experience should contact Detective Drew Jurkofsky at (970) 416-2195.