Over 100 of the witnesses give a description of a shooter that doesn't match Klebold or Harris. Something frequently mentioned is a tie dyed shirt, and 40 of the witnesses mention a dropout called Robert Perry, who often hung around the campus and was known for being a very angry person. Witnesses naming Perry include Crystal Archuleta "...she did see one person throw a pipe bomb. .....She told me at the time she thought it was Robert Perry." Seth Dubois "...Seth told Katherine(Carlston) that Robert Perry was seen shooting a girl in the back while leaving the library." Bryan Frye "He stated that the person he had previously believed this shooter to be was Robert Perry. .....In a previous interview, after receiving his yearbook, he had told his father that he believed the shooter to be Robert Perry. He also stated that the gunman had bad acne." Courtney Haulman "There was three guys. The guy I remember most was the main guy. He's over 6' tall and has long curly dark-colored hair. He was wearing a trench coat. His name is Robert Perry." Katelyn Sue Place Kate said, "It was (Redacted). I'm almost positive of it. I remember looking him dead in the eye. He was in my debate class..... . ...Dylan kind of looked like Robert, but Dylan doesn't have the long face. Robert's teeth are messed up and he was smiling and I saw his teeth then. Kate said that she has since seen pictures of Dylan Klebold and Eric Harris, and she said, "It's not one of them."(Referring to the person she saw shooting out on the outside commons.) She remembers him shooting Ann Marie(Hochalter). .... Robert was just randomly shooting. ...Robert was still shooting. ....Kate said that Robert shot Ann Marie before he smiled at Kate. ....She looked and saw Jason(Autenrieth) trying to help Ann Marie, dragging her away from Robert, to the side." Lacey Smith "On the diagram she depicts (Redacted) as walking in through the doors, past where she was sitting, and going in about as far as they north end of the school store. It was at that time she heard the windows breaking and then realized she was hearing shots. "....she did not have any trouble indentifying PERRY when he walked past her. I asked SMITH how sure she was that the person she saw and spoke with was (Redacted). I asked, "90 percent sure? 50 percent sure?" Her response was "100 percent sure." I then showed SMITH a photo lineup which included a picture of Dylan KLEBOLD, and asked her if the person who walked past her was in the lineup. She stated he was NOT in the lineup. .....As (Redacted) passed her and was near the commons area of the cafeteria, she then explained that (Redacted) pulled a weapon out from under his trench coat and started firing into the cafeteria." The police don't want the public to know this, because they didn't want to face the backlash for not being able to capture him. It was much more convenient for them to say that there were only two shooters, and that they were dead and the community didn't have to worry.