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Colorado Cold Cases: Mark Groezinger went to play pool and was found murdered the next day

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Posted at 4:20 PM, Oct 27, 2016
and last updated 2016-10-27 18:20:53-04

JEFFERSON COUNTY, Colo. -- On April 6, 1984, Mark Groezinger told his wife, and one of her friends, that he was going out to play some pool at a local bar.

He didn't come home.

The next morning, deputies found a body in the front seat of a parked car at Mother Cabrini Shrine, just off Interstate 70 at highway 40.

The body they found belonged to Mark.

Police found him dead in his blue and white, two-door, 1973 Buick.

Investigators said Mark had suffered multiple gunshot wounds and that jewelry and keys were taken from his car.

He was 29-years-old when he died.

Mark worked in Denver for a concrete coring company and enjoyed motorcycle riding and playing pool at local taverns.

If you know anything about what happened to Mark that night, contact Jefferson County Cold case Investigator Elias Alberti at 303-271-5195 or ealberti@jeffco.us.

See more cold cases being investigated in Jefferson County and across Colorado.

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