FORT COLLINS, Co- A Cedar Rapids high school teacher and his daughter were killed in a Thanksgiving Day crash in Colorado. Police say the other driver involved is suspected of stealing guns from a pawn shop earlier that morning.
Police say Rick Nees and his eldest daughter were visiting family and running errands in Fort Collins, Colorado when the crash happened.
Police arrested 19-year-old Marcos Orosco, who was driving the stolen pick-up. Police found guns in the truck, that had been stolen from the pawn shop.
Nees was a math teacher at Kennedy High School.
Kennedy High School Principal Jason Kline released a statement:
"This is very devastating news and I know we all will be hurting. Please know that we will have support resources available for staff and students on Monday starting at 7 a.m."
(Photos from KCRG-TV)