No suspects, no arrests: Pueblo police still seeking information in October homicide

PUEBLO, Colo. (KKTV) - Pueblo police are still in the midst of a homicide investigation that started when a woman found her son dead in his backyard last year.

Police said Thursday that they still don't have any suspects. They ask anyone with information that can help in the case to come forward.

The family told 11 News they don't know who would do this.

"We need help finding out who did this because this just doesn't make sense. It doesn't make sense that someone took his life ... and we are just here left with questions," said nephew Alexander Miller.

The victim was identified as 51-year-old Derrick Regalado.

Police say they responded to the 600 block of Avocado Street on Pueblo's west side on the night of Oct. 23 after gunshots were reported but left after finding no evidence of a shooting.

The following morning, relatives say they found Regalado's body.

Days after Regalado's death, police released images of the suspect vehicle taken from surveillance video at the home. The truck has a distinct bed rail in the back of the truck and there is possibly a nerf bar located below the cab of the video. The photos can be viewed below this article. Police said at the time they believed there were at least two individuals involved in the homicide, with one of them being the driver of the vehicle. In addition to the homicide suspect, the driver could possibly be facing homicide charges as well.

If anyone has any information regarding this incident you are urged to submit a tip to the Pueblo Police Department at (719) 553-2502.

Pueblo police also released the following surveillance video that shows a person getting out of a truck and walking toward the victim's house, then leaving 10 minutes later: