Police find car driven by person who put woman’s body in Pueblo dumpster


PUEBLO, Colo. — Pueblo Police say they have found a car involved in the dumping of a body in Pueblo Thursday morning, now the search is on for the man seen driving.

Anthony Cuevas, Courtesy of Colorado Department of Corrections

Police have confirmed they are searching for 36-year-old Anthony “Antonio” Cuevas, calling him “a person of interest”.

Cuevas is currently on parole.

Colorado State Patrol Troop 5B said that Cuevas might be headed to Monte Vista. They are warning anyone who sees him to call 9-1-1.

Pueblo Police executed a search warrant at a home on Euclid Avenue in Pueblo Friday afternoon. They have confirmed the warrant is connected to the discovery of the body on Thursday, but have not yet provided details on that connection.

Pueblo Police execute a search warrant at a home on Euclid Avenue on October 18.

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Surveillance video captured a suspect putting a suitcase in the dumpster. Later, a woman’s body was found inside. The video was captured around 6:42 a.m. Thursday.

No suspects have been arrested.

Police are still working to identify the body. They say the woman was wearing an Air Force t-shirt and M&M candy shorts. She had several tattoos, including a female clown on her right thigh.

Police are asking anyone with information to call Capt. Bravo at (719) 320-6049, Sgt. Purvis at (719) 320-6047, Detective Torres at (719) 320-6037, or Detective Gravatt at (719) 320-6022.  To remain anonymous, contact Pueblo Crime Stoppers @ 542-STOP (542-7867) or pueblocrimestoppers.com

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