GRAND JUNCTION, Colo., Oct. 13 (UPI) -- Police say they're baffled as to why a 22-year-old man shot and killed two Grand Junction, Colo., residents apparently at random before killing himself.
Authorities say Stefan Alexander Martin-Urban of Lakewood, Colo., went on a shooting spree in Grand Junction Saturday, shooting four people, killing two of them, and then turning the gun on himself, The Denver Post reported Monday.
"We have not been able to determine any link or connection between the suspect and the victims," acting Grand Junction Police Chief Troy Smith said Sunday. He told reporters Martin-Urban had been living in Lakewood with a relative for seven weeks after moving from a Los Angeles motel.
Smith told the Post Martin-Urban had no criminal record and no history of mental illness or drug abuse. He was a native of Fairbanks, Alaska, and still has family living there.
Smith said Martin-Urban's father died in Fairbanks last year.