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Police in Ft. Collins warn churches about threat

11:15 AM, Jul 28, 2013   |    comments
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FORT COLLINS - Fort Collins Police have sent out a bulletin to churches in the area after they say a man made threats towards religious organizations there.

On July 23, police say the man made specific threats to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and the Catholic Church saying they would be 'destroyed." 

He claimed that in the next two weeks "everyone will know who he is," but would not elaborate on the statement. The man has also made several anti-government statements.
He is described as white, in his early 30s, around 6 foot 1 inches tall weighing 185 pounds with green eyes, medium-length brown hair, and a full beard. He has worn a T-shirt around his head, face coverings and dark glasses to hide his appearance.
He was last seen leaving the Rocky Mountain National Park on July 25.

He may be driving a white Honda coupe with black spray paint: The side of car says "Rev 14-7." On the back bumper and hood of car there are the words "YHVH" (Hebrew for God or Deity.) On the top of trunk there is a sticker that reads "F*** DHS" (Department of Homeland Security.)

Police say the man is a self-proclaimed "Islamist Jihadist." In a previous incident, he claimed he was the Arch Angel Michael.
Due to the nature of the threats, police strongly encourage organizations to report any suspicious activity to the police.
If anyone has any information on the man, contact Sgt. Paul Wood by calling (970) 224-6132 or emailing

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