Janel Lyons of the Colorado Bureau of Investigation lab in Pueblo West shows off its National Integrated Ballistic Information Network technology being used in firearms related cases throughout southern Colorado. Photographed on Friday, December 8, 2017.

The Colorado Bureau of Investigation is looking into a possible serial killing in the San Luis Valley after the grisly discovery of several human remains in Los Sauces, a rural community in the south central part of the state on the New Mexico border.

Investigative sources say the case could involve several people who have been missing since August in the Conejos County area. The search for clues involves the CBI in coordination with the Monte Vista and Alamosa police departments and the Saguache County Sheriff's office.

Monte Vista Police Chief George Dingfelder told The Denver Gazette that reporters’ questions will be addressed in a zoom press conference on tap for Wednesday morning.

“There are numerous agencies and a lot of law enforcement involved in this investigation,” he said.

Stay with gazette.com for more information on this developing story.


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