DENVER (KDVR) — Twenty-five years later, Westminster police are still looking for information that will help solve three homicides.
On Sunday, Feb. 7, 1999, Sarah Skiba, her father Paul Skiba and Lorenzo Chivers, who worked for Paul at the Tuff Movers moving company, returned to the business at 6:15 p.m. after completing a move. Tuff Movers was located near the 7100 block of Raleigh Street in Westminster.
According to the Westminster Police Department, 9-year-old Sarah was set to return to her mother’s house that evening but never made it.
Feb. 7, 1999, was the last day anyone saw Sarah, Paul and Chivers alive.
According to the Colorado Bureau of Investigation’s cold case files, detectives said forensic evidence indicated Sarah, Paul and Chivers were likely murdered near 72nd Avenue and Raleigh Street in Westminster.
Investigators said they found physical evidence at the moving and storage facility, as well as in or on two moving trucks owned by the business.
There was also blood found at the facility, which was identified by DNA to be from both Paul and Sarah.
To this day, the case remains unsolved and the bodies of Sarah, Paul and Chivers have never been found.
Now, 25 years later to the day, Westminster police need help finding justice for their families and communities.
Anyone who may have information is asked to call the Metro Denver Crime Stoppers immediately. Tipsters can call 720-913-7867 and remain anonymous while still being eligible for a cash reward.
At this time, the cash reward has been raised to $4,000.