The families of these individuals are looking for answers decades after the death or disappearance of a loved one. I can't imagine how hard it must be to have a family member leave the house and never come back.

The Colorado Bureau of Investigations lists the following cold cases as open and unsolved. These homicides and missing person cases date back from the late 90s to the mid-1960s.

Grand Junction Police Need Your Help Solving These Cold Cases

Anyone who may have any information or background on the following cases should contact the Grand Junction Police Department by calling the non-emergency number at 970-242-6707. Please help these families get the closure they need.

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See Grand Junction Colorado's Cold Cases

Sometimes all that stands in the way of police solving a case is just one small piece of information you may be able to provide. One detail may be able to provide the closure a family needs, and it could be all the information the police need to bring a cold case to a close. The case files with the Colorado Bureau of Investigations can be found online. You can search by name, year, or even case number.

Top 10 Grand Junction Cold Cases Dating Back to 1964

Families in Grand Junction are still looking for answers after the death or disappearance of 10 individuals who have either died or are still missing as part of a string of cold cases that stretch from 1964 to 1998.

STILL MISSING: See Photos of 40 Colorado Cold Cases From the Past Decade

Scroll through the list of cold cases in Colorado dating back to 2011. While there are hundreds of open cases during the past ten years, this gallery includes all case files from the decade that included a valid photo.

Northern Colorado's Most Puzzling Cold Cases

These cases are cold, meaning they are no longer being actively pursued due to a lack of evidence. However, that doesn't mean they are unsolvable — it's always possible that someone knows something. While each case poses a frustrating mystery, here are the 10 most puzzling cold cases in Northern Colorado.

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