PUEBLO — Pueblo Police say they need the public's help in identifying the subjects of a photo believed to have been taken in 1924.
Pueblo Police has volunteers going through their files to organize them. They say they found the picture in their 1924 files. They say most photographs have identifying information, but this one didn't. They say the only information attached to the photo is the "Tripp and York Studio" in Pueblo
Plus the quality of the photo also made it stand out.
"Obviously done professionally intrigued our interest," according to Sgt. Ortega.
On Tuesday, Aug. 16, Pueblo Police announced they had several leads of who the couple in the photo are. They believe that the man in the photo could be Police Chief J. Arthur Grady, who was the Pueblo Police Chief from 1922-1952.
The Pueblo Police posted a comparison photo on their Twitter account. They also note that both photos, the men appear to have the same lapel pin, which they say appears to be from the Elks Lodge Fraternal Organization.
The lapel pin in both photos appears to be from the Elks Lodge Fraternal Organization.— Pueblo Police Dept (@PuebloPolice1) August 16, 2021
Thank you all , we appreciate your interest into this project. pic.twitter.com/e0W27xdnpo
If you can help identify the photo contact the Pueblo Police Department.