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The shooting death of a 65-year-old man in Loveland, Colo., is the latest in a number of attacks that has left law enforcement officials and suburban residents concerned that a serial shooter has set upon at least three towns in the northern part of the state.

William Roger Connole was shot and killed at 10:52 p.m. on Wednesday night, Police Chief Luke Hecker told reporters during a Thursday afternoon news conference.

Connole's death came nearly three weeks after John Jacoby, 47, was shot and killed while riding his bike on a country road in nearby Windsor. One month before that, Cori Romero, 20, was shot in the neck while driving through Fort Collins. She survived the shooting.

The spate of seemingly random attacks has led a coalition of law enforcement agencies, including the FBI, to band together to try to capture the person or persons behind the shootings.

David Moore, public information officer for the Larimer County Sheriff's Department, told reporters that while "there is no positive link" between Connole's death and the attacks in Windsor and Fort Collins, investigators have "not been able to rule out a link either."

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Colorado seems a dangerous place. Are these in or near sanctuary cities? Eek!

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