I would think that it might be easy to track down this suspect especially if he is still driving his truck around, it sticks out like a sore thumb.

According to Crime Stoppers, Treyton Marshall Hawk, 33, or Grand Junction has been wanted since last week and law enforcement hasn't caught up with him quite yet.

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It was pretty easy to pick up from the comments online that the wanted suspect goes by Trey and law enforcement wants to meet up with him as soon as possible. Treyton now has a no-bond felony warrant out for his arrest with charges including domestic violence and 2nd-degree burglary.

Here is a Description of the Suspect, Trey Marshall Hawke

Trey is 33-years-old and stands 5’10 and weighs around 180 lbs. The post made online by Crime Stoppers said he weighs 140 lbs., but that was inaccurate. Trey has brown hair and hazel eyes and should be easy to spot with a sleeve of tattoos on his right arm.

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Trey Hawke’s Truck Should be Easy to Locate

The suspect is known to be driving a lifted Blue Chevrolet 2500 HD with black rims and it says “RMT OFF ROAD” on the lower driver and passenger side doors.

If you know where Trey is you could get $1,000 if you give an anonymous tip leading to his capture to Crime Stoppers at (970) 241-7867 or submit an anonymous tip.

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