Fort Collins police piece together homicide case – Colorado News

Fort Collins police piece together homicide case – Colorado News

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Fort Collins police are investigating a homicide in Central Fort Collins.
Alicia Stice

Police seek public’s help in locating the missing vehicle of homicide victim William Grabusky

Police are investigating a homicide after finding a body at an apartment complex in central Fort Collins on Wednesday.

The Larimer County Coroner’s Office identified the deceased person as 65-year-old William Grabusky. 

Police first responded to Grabusky’s apartment at the Preserve at the Meadows, in the 3400 block of Riva Ridge Place, at 12:30 p.m. Wednesday after one of his relatives called police to say she had not been able to reach him for several weeks.

The officer checking in on Grabusky found his body in his apartment.

The coroner’s office conducted an autopsy Thursday morning and ruled the death a homicide, but the office has not released information about how or when Grabusky died. More information will be released when the coroner’s office gains a better understanding of the time frame of events through the investigation, spokeswoman Debbie Reisdorff said in an email.

Detectives have not been able to find Grabusky’s vehicle, a gray 2016 Hyundai Elantra with Colorado license plate QRM176. Police ask that anyone who sees the vehicle report it to police immediately. 

“As a safety precaution, do not attempt to make contact with the vehicle’s occupant(s),” police said in a Thursday news release.

Police have been “holding the scene” at the residence since Grabusky’s body was discovered,…

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