Here is a look at this week's most wanted in Montrose, Colorado.

Montrose County Sheriff's Office via Facebook
Montrose County Sheriff's Office via Facebook
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These three individuals are being sought by the Montrose County Sheriff's Office on various charges. It is hoped the public can help authorities locate these people so they face the charges against them.

Montrose Most Wanted: Burglary and Theft

First up this week is 25-year-old Juan Angel Coronado, a Hispanic male who stands 5'7" tall and weighs 210 lbs. He's wanted for failure to comply burglary and theft.

Mesa County Sheriff's Office via Facebook
Mesa County Sheriff's Office via Facebook
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Montrose Most Wanted: Failure to Appear, Possession

Next up is 31-year-old Ashley Marie Soldoff who stands 5'5" tall and weighs 14 lbs. She is wanted for failure to appear on charges of possession of a controlled substance and possession of paraphernalia.

Montrose County Sheriff's Office via Facebook
Montrose County Sheriff's Office via Facebook
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Montrose Most Wanted: Possession

Last up this week is 27-year-old Christopher Carney who stands 6'6" tall and weighs 180 lbs. He's wanted on a charge of possession of a controlled substance.

Montrose County Sheriff's Office via Facebook
Montrose County Sheriff's Office via Facebook
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Montrose Most Wanted: How You Can Help

If you recognize these people and have information that could lead to their arrest,  you are asked to contact the Monrose County Sheriff's Office at 970-249-9110. You can also contact Crime Stoppers at 970-249-8500 or use the mobile app P3 Tips or use the website P3Tips.com. Anytime you are aware of a crime or a fugitive, you can always provide tips anonymously. Information

you provide that leads to an arrest could earn you a cash reward.

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