The feds, the Aurora police and the cannabis community want to catch a killer

(Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)

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Travis Mason, a security guard, was killed Saturday night during an attempted robbery of the Green Heart marijuana dispensary in Aurora. He’s survived by his wife and three young children, KDVR reports.

Aurora investigators released little identifying information about the two suspects, both of whom reportedly had handguns. The police department offered up more reward money on Monday to speed the search – including $3,000 from Euflora, another dispensary, along with money from the federal government and the local police reward fund.

The money’s on offer for any information that leads to an arrest and a conviction.

If you have information, you can choose between two options:

  • Call Agent Matthew Ingui with the Major Crimes/Homicide Unit at (303) 739-6067. If you do this, you might not remain anonymous.
  • Call Metro Denver Crime Stoppers at (720) 913-7867. Callers may remain anonymous.

Both methods should keep tipsters eligible for the full reward, but we’re awaiting clarification from Aurora police.

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