It’s been 20 years this month since three individuals — a 9-year-old woman, her dad, and a person who labored for him — disappeared. Westminster investigators consider the trio had been murdered and their our bodies hidden.
The investigation stays lively, with police hoping somebody will come ahead with data that results in a breakthrough and closure for the households of the victims, in line with a information launch.
On Feb. 7, 1999, Sarah and Paul Skiba, and Lorenzo Chivers, had been reported lacking, Westminster police stated. To today, they continue to be lacking. Detectives, together with a brand new crew who throughout the final 5 years was assigned to a “begin from scratch” investigation, proceed to resubmit DNA proof within the case.
“These detectives had been in a position to determine and interview two further witnesses, who offered data,” the discharge stated.
Paul Skiba owned a shifting enterprise, Tuff Movers. At about 8:30 a.m. the day of the disappearance, Sarah accompanied her father and Chivers, who labored for Skiba, as the lads began a piece day. At about 10:30 a.m., they started a shifting job in Thornton, stopping to have lunch in Lakewood at about 12:50 p.m., police stated.
Finishing a day of labor within the Golden space, all three returned at about 6:15 p.m. to the Tuff Movers yard within the 7100 block of Raleigh Road. Sarah made a last name residence at about 6:22 p.m., the discharge said.
“All three had been murdered, both on the truck yard or a second location, and detectives consider their our bodies had been faraway from the yard within the shifting truck to an unknown location,” police stated. “The lives of their households can be modified perpetually.”
Their our bodies have by no means been discovered, police stated.
“Twenty years later this case looms over the Westminster Police Division and the buddies and households” of the victims, the discharge said. “Police hope somebody will have the ability to present the vital piece of knowledge that helps us present some closure to their households.”
Anybody with data on the chilly case is requested to name Westminster police at 303-658-4360. Suggestions might be made anonymously to Crime Stoppers at 720-913-7867 (STOP). A $4,000 reward is obtainable.