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UPDATE: Police arrest Colorado man who is 'person of interest' in death investigation
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UPDATE: Police arrest Colorado man who is 'person of interest' in death investigation

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Edward H. Hoid, a person of interest in a death investigation in Longmont, Colorado, man, was arrested in that city early Friday morning.

The 36-year-old was arrested at 1:10 a.m. by an officer with the Longmont Department of Public Safety while investigating a suspicious activity at a shopping center, according to a department media release.

The department had sent out a release on Hoid this past weekend, believing that he might be somewhere in west central Nebraska.

Hoid was arrested on a parole violation and suspicion of additional crimes that stem from Friday’s incident.

Hoid was transported to the Boulder County Jail.

Hoid has been identified as a person of interest in the Nov. 5 death of Randall Schubert. He has not been charged in the case as the investigation remains active, according to the release.

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Police in Longmont, Colorado, are seeking a 36-year-old man as they continue a death investigation in that city.

Edward Herbert Hoid, 36, is believed to be somewhere in west central Nebraska, the department said in a press release.

Hoid has been identified as a person of interest as police continue to investigate the Nov. 5 death of Randall Schubert following an incident near a Lowe’s store in Longmont.

Hoid, who formerly lived in Lyons, Colorado, has a felony warrant outstanding for a parole violation. He is 6 feet tall, weighs 180 pounds and has brown hair and blue eyes.

Hoid should be considered dangerous and should not be approached, Longmont police said.

Those with information are asked to call the Longmont Emergency Communications Center at 303-651-8501.

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