Felon nicknamed 'Psycho' hunted by cops over suspected serial killings after human remains of 3 people found in Colorado

A FELON dubbed "Psycho" is being sought by cops over suspected serial killings after human remains were discovered in Colorado.

The hunt for 26-year-old Adre Jordan Baroz comes after the remains of three victims were found in Conejos County, according to the Colorado Sun.

The victims not been identified as authorities are unable to determine whether the remains are male or female due to decay.

Alamosa police Chief Ken Anderson warned the community about Baroz during a Wednesday morning press conference.

"When I say he is a danger to the community, I really mean he is a danger to the community,” he said.

The three bodies were found on two properties in a rural town of Los Sauces as police were conducting a search warrant.

The warrant was in connection to stolen vehicles and equipment, according to the report.

The first property in Los Sauces was searched on November 10 and the second one, located nearby, was probed on November 13.

Both searches led to the findings of human remains.

According to the Monte Vista police chief George Dingfelder, investigators have "no indication" that more bodies will be found – as a search was still underway Wednesday on one of the properties.

Despite the accusations made against Baroz, he has not been labeled as a serial killer as investigators said "it's too early to categorize."

According to the Colorado Sun, Baroz's records with the Colorado Department of Corrections revealed he spent time in prison for approximately two-and-a-half years.

The five agencies involved in the investigation are the Conejos County Sheriff’s Office, Saguache County Sheriff’s Office, Alamosa Police Department, Monte Vista Police Department, and Colorado Bureau of Investigation.

Anyone with information relating to this investigation is urged to call 719-270-0210.

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