Steamboat Springs An investigation into the murder of 31-year-old Lori Bases continued Sunday, but police were keeping tight-lipped about their progress.
Authorities worked through the weekend, interviewing people and searching for clues in areas around the home at 1620 Steamboat Blvd. where the local woman's body was discovered by her roommate, Ron Farmer, early Friday morning.
Steamboat Springs Public Safety Director J.D. Hays declined to give details of what progress, if any, the officers have made out of concern that such information might compromise the case.
No suspects are being named and Hays declined to speculate on when an arrest might be made in the stabbing death.
"It's too early to tell," he said. "I've got a lot of people doing a lot of work."
Detectives from the Colorado Bureau of Investigation were called in Friday to help investigate Bases' murder and members of other local law enforcement agencies pitched in over the weekend to help canvas the area around the crime scene looking for clues.
An autopsy on Bases, who was fatally stabbed, was scheduled for Saturday to determine her time of death but Hays declined to comment on that as well.
"That's information this person (the killer) would know," he said.
At this time, police are interviewing specific people but not asking for the general public's help in solving the crime, Hays said.
Farmer, Bases' roommate, came home from work around 12:45 Friday morning, discovered her body lying in a pool of blood and called police.
Farmer was interviewed by police that night and is not a suspect, officials have said.
Bases, who had lived in Steamboat Springs roughly five years, worked at Alpine Lumber.
Her new Toyota Rav4 had been vandalized twice in the month before her murder. The vandalism included slashed tires and seats, according to police, who received reports of the damage from Bases.