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Boulder Shooting Investigation News Conference and Fact Sheet - March 26

A news conference was held on March 26 to update the media and the public on the investigation into this week's mass shooting in Boulder

One correction from this morning’s press conference: The officer who exchanged gunfire with the suspect is a two-year veteran, not an 11-year veteran. 

Boulder Mass Casualty Incident Fact Sheet

Facts as of Friday morning, March 26, 2021. In less than 100 hours over four days, all of the following has occurred:

  • Number of agencies from local, state and federal: 26
  • Number of individuals from those agencies: 167
  • Number of hours worked: approximately more than 3,000 hours
  • Number of tips/leads: more than 223
  • Number of digital media devices collected: approximately 20
  • Number of interviews completed: 156

Speakers during press conference

  • Boulder Police Chief Maris Herold
  • Boulder County District Attorney Michael Dougherty


  • Colorado Bureau of Investigation Director John Camper
  • Coroner’s Office Emma Hall
  • Acting U.S. Attorney Matt Kirsch
  • FBI Denver Special Agent in Charge Michael Schneider

Agencies Involved in the Investigation:

  • Boulder Police Department
  • Boulder County Sheriff’s Office
  • ATF
  • Boulder Incident Management
  • Boulder OEM
  • Colorado Bureau of Investigation
  • City of Boulder
  • Colorado Department of Public Safety
  • Coroner’s Office
  • COVA
  • CUPD
  • District Attorney’s Office
  • FBI
  • Gilpin County OEM
  • LOEM
  • Longmont Police
  • Louisville Police
  • NCR Homeland Security
  • Timberline Fire Protection District
  • U.S. Attorney’s Office
  • Westminster Police Department

Detectives ask anyone with any information about this crime to submit them online at:

If you have images, video or other information, you can submit that to

You can also call the tipline at 1-800-CALL-FBI.

Published: March 26, 2021 

Media Contact:   

Dionne Waugh, Media Relations, 303-518-1894 
[email protected]