Colorado male douses victims with gasoline, lookups for lighter in ‘bias-motivated’ assault: Law enforcement

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The Aurora Law enforcement Department is hunting for a guy who allegedly explained to two buyers at a fuel station that “they really don’t belong below” before spraying them with gasoline and hunting for a lighter to set them on fire. 

The assault transpired at a fuel station in western Aurora all around 11 p.m. on July 23, police explained. 

The suspect allegedly confronted the gentlemen as they were speaking Spanish in the gasoline station. 
(Aurora Police Section)

The suspect confronted the prospects as they had been talking Spanish. Soon after spraying them with fuel, he also allegedly threw a rock as a result of their window and stole their keys. 

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Aurora detectives are investigating the incident as a “bias-determined crime.” The suspect is described as Hispanic or Asian male in his early 20s. 

Kyla Huber, a clerk at the gas station, explained to KDVR that the suspect was acquiring beer when he confronted the victims. 

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“It threw me off a very little bit simply because the gentleman, he was, ‘Yes ma’am, no ma’am,’ to me. He was respectful hunting me straight in my eye. But as shortly as he stepped outside he was aggressive and angry,” Huber told the area news outlet. 

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