07/07/2015 6:30a.m. update:The victim of Friday’s shooting at a campsite in the Rainbow Falls area of the Pike National Forest has been identified. Glenn Martin 60, of Monument, was camping with his family when he was struck by what officials are saying was a stray bullet. People who were camping nearby reported hearing shots fired; the sheriff’s department is seeking information on anyone who might have heard those shots. The Douglas County Sheriff’s Department asks that anyone who was shooting a high-powered rifle or saw anyone shooting in the area around 6:30 p.m. Friday to contact them at (303) 660-7579 or call Metro Denver Crime Stoppers at 720-913-STOP (7867).
Update: The Douglas County Sheriff’s Department is investigating a death Friday evening at the Rainbow Falls area of the Pike National Forest and is asking for the public’s help. The department got a call at 6:30 p.m. Friday of a possible shooting in the area. and according to department spokesman Ron Hanavan, there is one deceased male, who was shot. According to sources, the man was 60 years old, and was hit by a stray bullet. This area is just inside the Douglas County line off Rainbow Falls Road, and includes several campgrounds, the popular Rainbow Falls OHV Area, and the privately owned Rainbow Falls Mountain Trout Fly Fishing Club. The area was packed with holiday campers and off-road vehicles. The sheriff’s department is asking for anyone who might have see or heard a shot from a high-p0wered rifle.
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