Posted: Oct 9, 2011 1:44 PM by Matt Stafford
Updated: Oct 9, 2011 2:52 PM
Two years ago this weekend a Pueblo man disappeared.
It was October 2009 when 35-year-old Benjamin Clark's car was found on fire in an eastern Pueblo County field; just a few days after he went missing. April of the next year, bones were found less than a mile away from where the car had been found burning. There was a skull and other bones; the Colorado Bureau of Investigation confirmed that they belonged to Clark.
Two years after Clark disappeared, the Pueblo County Sheriff's office says the case is still open but they can't say foul play is involved.
Clark's mother, Janet Clark, disagrees. However, she says she's not any closer to the answers she's been looking for. Clark wants to know what happened to her son.
"I think it was a violent homicide," says Janet. "I think he was brought out here against his will and was actually running to save his life."
Sunday night after football we join Clark's mother as she ventures on her own search for answers. We're also talking with Pueblo Sheriff's deputies about what may shed a new light on this investigation. Watch for this story Sunday night, only on News 5.