The murders of Bruce, Debra and Melissa Bennett in January 1984 were preceded days earlier by the death of Patricia Louise Smith. The Bennett family was killed while living in Aurora, Colorado, and Smith lived in nearby Lakewood. Both homicide scenes were very close to a large construction area where many new homes were being built, the Alameda Avenue corridor, and someone working construction in that area might have information or have noticed something.
Besides the Bennett and Smith murders, police believed there might be links to other random attacks that occurred that same month along the Highline Canal and Alameda Avenue corridor, including a January 4, 1984, hammer attack in an Aurora home. There were no more hammer attacks after the Bennett killings. The attacks were all very violent, vicious unprovoked attacks on family homes. The perpetrator would likely have been bloodied, especially after the Bennett attack, where the father fought valiantly to save his family.
You can make a difference. In light of the extreme violence and out of control behavior, someone could very well have seen this attacker leaving one of these homes. What did you see?