Brighton police, sheriff investigating 'suspicious' death

Staff report
Posted 7/7/21

FIRESTONE -- Brighton police and Weld County sheriff's deputies are investigating what they are calling a "suspicious death."

The body of 33-year-old Ryan Coburn was discovered June 29 near Weld …

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Brighton police, sheriff investigating 'suspicious' death

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FIRESTONE -- Brighton police and Weld County sheriff's deputies are investigating what they are calling a "suspicious death."

The body of 33-year-old Ryan Coburn was discovered June 29 near Weld County roads 20 and 19, east of Firestone, according to the sheriff's department.  A press release said Brighton police took a missing-person's report about Coburn June 23. His family last saw him June 19.

Joe Moylan, spokesman for the Weld County Sheriff's Office, said no cause of death has been determined.

Authorities would like information about Coburn's activities in the days leading up to his death and/or circumstances surrounding his death. Those with information should call Detective Jared Patterson at 970-400-5374.

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