Police need help solving 1999 murders of Paul Skiba, Sarah Skiba and Lorenzon Chivers

WESTMINSTER, Colo. - Friday marks 15 years since a 9-year-old girl, her father and his co-worker suddenly disappeared.

Police believe someone killed Paul Skiba, his daughter Sarah and his colleague Lorenzo Chivers at the small moving firm yard where the two men worked at 7010 Raleigh St. in Westminster on Feb. 7, 1999. Sarah had tagged along with her dad for the day.

Their bodies were never found.

-The following contains grim details about the case-

Police have few clues -- bullet holes in a parked truck, blood and a piece of scalp.

DNA tests revealed the blood belonged to Paul and Sarah Skiba and the scalp to Lorenzon Chivers.

Investigators learned that the truck had left the lot at about 9 p.m. and was returned about midnight.

Police believe the trio was killed at the lot and the truck was used to dispose of their bodies. It was then driven back to the lot and parked.

The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (1-800-THE-LOST) is asking for tips about Sarah's disappearance. Calls may be made anonymously.

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