Police: Evidence Suggests Foul Play In Case Of Missing Woman

By: Leslie Fichera Email
By: Leslie Fichera Email

Police have new information in the case of the missing woman, Bekime Elshani.

The Colorado Springs Police Department announced Friday afternoon that after processing Elshani's boyfriend, Daniel Dereere’s Toyota 4Runner (picutred below), they found evidence to suggest that foul play is likely involved with her disappearance.

Police say Dereere was seen in the area of Woodland Park/Teller County in the afternoon or evening hours of Saturday, March 29. That's the last day Bekime was seen alive.

Dereere took his own life in the couple's Colorado Springs home Monday night.

Police are asking anyone who remembers seeing the man or the vehicle in the area of Woodland Park/Teller County on Saturday to call Det. Pete Quick at 444-7557 or the Colorado Springs Police Department main number at 444-7000.

Callers can also choose to remain anonymous and call Crime Stoppers at 634-STOP.

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