Body of woman ID'd as Cymone Duran

Firefighters putting out a brush fire discovered the body Nov. 4

Posted 11/6/18

The Jefferson County coroner has identified Cymone Duran, 28, as the woman who was found deceased on Nov. 4. Her body was discovered by firefighters who were putting out a small brush fire near the …

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Body of woman ID'd as Cymone Duran

Firefighters putting out a brush fire discovered the body Nov. 4

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The Jefferson County coroner has identified Cymone Duran, 28, as the woman who was found deceased on Nov. 4.

Her body was discovered by firefighters who were putting out a small brush fire near the 700 block of Nile Street, which is in the vicinity of I-70 and West Colfax Avenue in Golden.

The fire was reported at about 1:30 a.m. on Nov. 4. Responding agencies were the Pleasant View Fire and Golden Fire departments.

A press release states that Duran died of a gunshot wound and that the case is investigated as a homicide. Authorities also believe the fire may be connected to the homicide, however, its cause is still under investigation.

A suspect is not in custody at this time.

Anyone with information about this incident is asked to call the Sheriff's Office tip line at (303) 271-5612 or Metro Denver Crime Stoppers at (720) 913-STOP (7867).

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