PUEBLO - The Pueblo Police were investigating a homicide at a home in the 1300 block of Van Buren St. Tuesday afternoon in Pueblo. The Pueblo County Coroner has confirmed the death of 28-year old Danielle Calvert was caused by a single gunshot wound.
The Pueblo Police Department is asking for the public's assistance in locating 26-year old Ramona Benevidez who is being considered a suspect in the murder.
Benevidez is described as a Hispanic female 5'5", 164 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes. Police say she is known to drive a gold Mercedes SUV with a broken rear window covered in tape, license plate number JOH-153.
Police considered the initial investigation as a suspicious death but was later classified as a homicide.
Pueblo Police responded to a reported dead body late Tuesday afternoon, conducting many interviews throughout the area trying to gather information.
Many of Calvert's friends have been sharing memories using social media. One friend gave News 5 permission to share her Facebook post about her heavy heart due to the loss of her friend.
If anyone has any information on the whereabouts of this suspect please call either Captain Eric Bravo at (719)-320-6049, Sergeant Dustin Dodge (719)-240-1523, or Detective Santino Oliva at (719)-320-6069. The public is also advised not to approach the suspect if seen.
Police ask if anyone has any information regarding the incident to call Pueblo Crime Stoppers at (719)-542-7867.
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