A third suspect is behind bars for his alleged role in a kidnapping and murder, but police are still asking for help finding a fourth suspect.
Pueblo Police arrested Gustave Dreyer, 38, on Tuesday. He is charged with first degree murder in the January 9 kidnapping and murder of Jeremy Naranjo.
Naranjo's body was found beside a road in the Springs, just a few hours after he was taken at gunpoint from his home at 2145 Hellbeck Drive in Pueblo.
Xavier Rubalcaba-Lopez, 26, of Colorado Springs, and Alfredo Velazquez, 44, of Pueblo were both previously arrested for charges including first degree murder. [Read: Coverage of their arrests]
Meanwhile, police are still asking for help in finding a fourth suspect. Miguel Angel Hernandez Moran, 20, is wanted on the charge of being an accessory to the murder.
Moran also goes by the nickname “Gordo.” He is a Hispanic male, approximately 5’ 10” tall and weighs 220 pounds. He reportedly spends time in both Pueblo and Colorado Springs.
Anyone with information regarding this crime or the whereabouts of Moran is urged to contact the Colorado Springs Police Department at 719-444-7000, Pueblo Police Investigations at 719-553-2408 or you may remain anonymous and could earn a cash reward by contacting Pueblo Crime Stoppers at 719-542-STOP (7867) or Pikes Peak Area Crime Stoppers in Colorado Springs at 719-634-STOP (7867).
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