Pueblo police are asking for the public's help in locating two suspects wanted in connection of a homicide in Pueblo.
Police were called to 2020 ½ E. 8th St. in regard to a disturbance on July 1 at approximately 3:28 a.m.
When police arrived, they found the 47-year-old victim, Ray DeHerrera, injured from stab wounds. DeHerrera later died in the hospital.
According to witness there were two males and a female who broke into the home and ended up stabbing the victim following a fight.
Those suspects have been identified as 22-year-old Pete Anthony Archuleta, 30-year-old Vincente Gregorio Montano and 21-year-old Mycca Ahn Pham.
Archuleta is now wanted for 1st Deg. Murder and numerous other warrants. Archuleta is described as a Hispanic male, 5’11”- 6’2” tall, 230-260 lbs., brown eyes and short black hair – possibly shaved head.
Montano is described as a white male, 5’2” tall; 160 lbs.; brown hair and brown eyes.
The third suspect, the female, has been identified as 21-year-old Mycca Ahn Pham.
Adams County Sheriff’s Office attempted to pick up the three suspects on Monday at the Valley High hotel on Pecos St. However Archuleta and Montano jumped out of their second story window and fled the scene. Pham was taken into custody after she broke her hip when she attempted jump out the window.
Pueblo police has recently received information that Archuleta and Montano are attempting to flee to Mexico by bus. Police say the men may attempt to dress as women in order to get out of the country.
If you have any information on this homicide you are asked to call Pueblo Crime Stoppers at 542-STOP.
Your information could earn you a cash reward.
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