Summit County Sheriff's Office Investigating Report of Ski Patrol Impersonator Following Female Minor @ Copper Mountain

Summit County Sheriff's Office Investigating Report of Ski Patrol Impersonator Following Female Minor @ Copper Mountain

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Summit County Sheriff's Office Investigating Report of Ski Patrol Impersonator Following Female Minor @ Copper Mountain

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“The odds of solving a case can drop by 50% in the first 48 hours after a crime is committed, therefore it is imperative to any investigation that both victims and witnesses report a crime to law enforcement immediately.” –Summit County Sheriff Jaime FitzSimons 

The Summit County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a report that a man in a red jacket with “Ski Patrol” written in Sharpie marker was impersonating a ski patroller at Copper Mountain followed a minor from a ski run last week.

Denver 7 reports the Summit County Sheriff’s Office said a female minor was followed by the unidentified man from Center Village toward East Village, where she eluded him.

No other details are currently available and this remains an active investigation. Anybody with information is asked to call Det. Sgt. Mark Gafari at 970-423-8960 and reference case number 22-1489.

SUMMIT COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE INVESTIGATING REPORT OF SKI PATROL IMPERSONATOR FOLLOWING A FEMALE MINOR AT COPPER MOUNTAIN

 

SUMMIT COUNTY, CO – The Summit County Sheriff’s Office is actively investigating a report of a female minor who was followed from a ski run last week, by an unidentified adult male impersonating a Ski Patroller. The unidentified adult male was wearing a red jacket with “Ski Patrol” written poorly on the outside, in what appeared to be sharpie marker. The unidentified adult male followed the minor from the Center Village towards the East Village, where she was able to elude him. This incident went unreported to the Sheriff’s Office until late Tuesday evening, January 25, 2022 and is currently an active investigation.

Summit County Sheriff Jaime FitzSimons stated, “The odds of solving a case can drop by 50% in the first 48 hours after a crime is committed, therefore it is imperative to any investigation that both victims and witnesses report a crime to law enforcement immediately.”

If you have seen this individual or have any information, please contact Summit County Sheriff’s Office Detective Sergeant Mark Gafari, at 970-423-8960. Please reference case number 22-1489.

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