- Associated Press - Monday, July 13, 2015

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (AP) - An offer by the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office to test the guns of people who were shooting near where a camper was killed in the Pike National Forest has yielded few results, as investigators try to determine where the fatal bullet came from.

The Colorado Springs Gazette reports (https://goo.gl/fwo9vg ) one person has turned in a gun since 60-year-old Glenn Martin was hit by an apparently errant bullet while he sat at a campfire with his family July 3.

Sgt. Ron Hanavan has said numerous people were shooting in the area that day and some may be worried that they may have fired the fatal shot.

Anyone who was shooting in the area of Rainbow Falls Park, between Woodland Park and Deckers, can have their guns tested to prove they didn’t fire the shot.

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Information from: The Gazette, https://www.gazette.com

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