Lakewood homicide victim’s car recovered, no arrests made yet
LAKEWOOD, Colo. — Police have recovered the vehicle belonging to a woman whose body was discovered in a Lakewood office building Tuesday.
The Lakewood Police released a statement on Thursday saying detectives found Claudia Miller’s 2012 black Honda Accord at an undisclosed north Denver location. The vehicle has since been impounded and was being processed for evidence as of Thursday afternoon.
Police believe Miller’s vehicle was stolen after her murder.
The 66-year-old owned a family law practice on the third floor of an office building at 445 Union Boulevard, where her body was discovered by a cleaning crew on Tuesday evening.
In the process of their investigation, detectives obtained surveillance camera images from a WalMart located at 36th and Quebec St., as well as a King Soopers at 28th and Quebec. Those images show a black man who was in possession of a credit card belonging to the Miller.
As of Thursday afternoon, police had not given any updates on their search for that man, who they are calling a person of interest, nor had they provided any information about suspects or arrests related to the case.
Anyone with information that could help this case is being urged to call Crime Stoppers at 720-913-7867. You are able to remain anonymous and could be eligible for a reward of up to $2,000.