GJPD Identifies Two Suspects In Armed Robbery- Asking For Public’s Help In Identifying Two Others #GVCopBeat
The Grand Junction Police Department has identified two suspects believed to have been involved in an armed robbery at the Ipswich Inn at 2222 North Ave. on Friday, October 17 at approximately 9:00 p.m. We are also asking for the public’s help in identifying two other suspects in this case.
During the robbery two males armed with guns robbed the victim of his money after he responded to a website advertisement for “escort services.” The victim said he called a phone number listed in the ad and spoke with a woman named Kaylee who told him to meet at the motel. When he arrived a female answered the door and invited him in. After he entered the room two men wearing Halloween masks and another female came out of the bathroom area. Both men were armed and one of the men held a gun to the victim’s head while demanding money. The suspects took his cash.
The two female suspects left in a Honda Civic with Colorado license plates047MCU. A woman named Kaylee Knosala had recently rented the room and provided the same license plate number for her vehicle. When officers interviewed Knosala she admitted to planning the robbery with her boyfriend, Will Free.Knosala said she was the person who answered the door and that the other female suspect talked to the victim on the phone. Officers arrested Knosala and booked her into the Mesa County Jail.
Detectives have obtained an arrest warrant for Will Free. It is unknown if he is still in the Grand Junction area. He may possibly be in the Denver area. His photo is included in this blog post.
We are still working to identify the other two people who were in the room during the robbery. One is a black male who possibly goes by the name “Colton” or by the initials “K-O”. The other person is a Hispanic female.
If you have any information on the whereabouts of Will Free or if you have information about the identity of the other two suspects, you can report it anonymously by contacting Crime Stoppers at 970-241-7867 or online at www.241STOP.com. Information that leads to an arrest could earn you a cash reward.