Persons of interest identified in homicide case


The Colorado Bureau of Investigation (CBI) wishes to share the following update into the murder of 39-year-old Chrystal Snow, of Pagosa Springs. Snow's body was discovered Tuesday morning, July 2, after Archuleta County Combined Dispatch received a 911 call from Snow's home at around 2:20 a.m. 

Operators were not able to communicate with the caller, so two deputies from the Archuleta County Sheriff's Office were dispatched to Snow's home in the 1000 block of County Road 700 west of Pagosa Springs.

After arriving at the home, deputies found Snow had died in an apparent homicide. At this time investigators believe Snow called 911 shortly before she died from her injuries.

An autopsy conducted this morning confirms that Snow died from multiple gunshot wounds.

CBI agents believe this was a targeted shooting and have identified Persons of Interest, but no arrests have been made while the investigation continues. Investigators do not  believe there is any active threat to the public.

The Archuleta County Sheriff’s Office requested support from CBI. CBI has agreed to be the lead investigative agency. Details will continue to be released as the investigation unfolds.