Grand Junction Police Asking For Help Identifying, Locating Robbery Suspects
(GJ Police Department)
Grand Junction Police are asking for the public's help in identifying and locating robbery suspects connected to an incident last week on North Avenue.
According to police, the victim responded to an ad for "escort services" and showed up at the Ipswich Inn at 2222 North Avenue Friday night. (Oct 17) After entering a room, the victim was reportedly robbed by two men in Halloween masks and an unidentified female.
A female suspect, who reportedly opened the door for the victim, Kaylee Knosala, was arrested after admitting to planning the robbery with her boyfriend, Will Free. Police obtained an arrest warrant for Free, who remains at large. Police say it's unknown if he is still in the area, and could possibly be in Denver.
Police are still working to identify the other two suspects who were in the room at the time of the robbery. One is a black male who possibly goes by the name of "Colton" or by the initials "K.O." The other person is a Hispanic female.
If you have any information concerning the whereabouts of Will Free, or information about the other suspects, you are asked to report it anonymously by contacting Crime Stoppers at 970-241-7867 or on line at 241STOP.com.