The Weld County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's help in identifying a suspect in a recent incident involving someone tapping on windows with a knife.

That's according to a post on the agency's Facebook page. According to the post, on Saturday, June 24 deputies were called to Country Estates on a report of a weapon disturbance.

Deputies were told that the person who reported the incident had a verbal altercation with an unknown male. That caused the unknown male to go to a family gathering where the reporting party was.

Things escalated with some shoving and a knife was produced. Everyone at the gathering went inside, and the unknown male allegedly tapped on the reporting party's window with a knife.

According to the post:

The male that tapped on the glass with a knife is a person of interest in this case and has been seen in Country Estates before. He was described as a young black or Hispanic male, with “afro style hair,” and was wearing a shirt with a skull on it.
Investigating deputies would also like to talk to the male pictured in the second photo, who is also a person of interest in this case.
Anyone with information on the case is being asked to email Deputy Sean Harvey at:

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