KUSA – The manhunt lasted nine days as U.S. Marshals and various law enforcement agencies worked to capture a pair of fugitives wanted for a crime spree in the Broomfield area throughout October, authorities say.
A spokesperson for the U.S. Marshals Service says the manhunt for Elijah Dunning, 21, and Justine Day, 26, started late on October 30 – the pair was caught in the morning hours of November 8.
Dunning and Day are suspected in a crime spree that spanned numerous municipalities in Nebraska before the pair fled to Colorado, authorities say.
The manhunt started in Deuel County, Nebraska on October 30 after state troopers there tried to pull over a stolen Dodge Ram driven by Dunning.
A high-speed pursuit ensued, eventually ending when the