Authorities are looking for a mother from Colorado who is wanted for the murder of two of her children and the injury of a third.
As per the press statement issued by the Colorado Springs Police Department, an arrest warrant has been issued for Kimberlee Singler, 35, of Colorado Springs, who has been charged with murder, attempted murder, and child abuse.
Singler, who was last seen on Saturday, is accused of murdering two of her children, a 9-year-old daughter and a 7-year-old son, as well as hurting her other 11-year-old daughter.
In the words of the CSPD officers initially responded to a 911 call reporting a burglary at 12:29 a.m. on December 19. When police arrived on the site, they discovered Singler and her 11-year-old daughter, both of whom had been injured, as well as the mother’s two other children, who “were found deceased in the residence.”
The severity of Singler’s and her 11-year-old daughter’s injuries was not disclosed. However, the CSPD stated that the two males “were treated for their injuries on the scene by the Colorado Springs Fire Department and American Medical Response prior to being transported to local hospitals for further medical treatment.”
According to authorities, Singler’s 11-year-old daughter “is recovering well and is safe and accounted for here in the Colorado Springs area.”
As per the announcement, the Colorado Springs Police Department’s Homicide Unit also responded and “assumed the investigation.” According to the police, after additional inquiry, “it was determined that the initial report of a burglary was unfounded.”
Singler has since been served with an arrest warrant. She is wanted on four counts of first-degree murder, two counts of attempted first-degree murder, three counts of child abuse, and one act of first-degree assault, according to authorities.
Singler has been sought by authorities since the arrest order was issued on December 26. She was last seen on December 23, but “her current whereabouts are unknown,” according to authorities.
According to Ira Cronin, a spokesman for the Denver Police Department, they have “reason to believe” she is no longer in Colorado. The FBI, according to the outlet, is “assisting in the search.”
The courts have set a bond of $10 million, and the “details of the arrest warrant are currently sealed under court order,” according to the announcement.