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Wells Fargo, Key & Compass bank robberies: Do you recognize these bandits? (PHOTOS)

Categories: Colorado Crimes

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The Rocky Mountain Safe Streets Task Force, renowned for the clever names it hangs on the likes of the $83 Bandit, the Shaggy Bandit and plenty of other scofflaws, is on the lookout for the guys who allegedly knocked over Wells Fargo, Key and Compass banks in recent weeks. Look below to get more details and see larger photos of men the feds would like to help belly up to the bars.

FBI releases:

The Denver Police Department and the FBI Rocky Mountain Safe Streets Task Force (RMSSTF) are investigating a bank robbery.

Wells Fargo Bank
3333 South Bannock Street
Denver, Colorado
02/18/2011, 9:41 a.m.

The suspect is described as a white male, approximately 5'6", with a medium build.

The suspect demanded money and fled.

Bank robbery is punishable by a 20-year prison sentence for each offense and increases if a dangerous weapon is used in the commission of the crime.

The FBI continues to provide financial institutions with the best practices for security to make them less vulnerable to robberies.

If anyone has any information on the bank robbery above, or any bank robbery, please call the FBI Rocky Mountain Safe Streets Task Force at 303-629-7171; or, you can remain anonymous and earn up to two thousand dollars ($2,000) by calling CRIMESTOPPERS at 720-913-STOP (7867).

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The Denver Police Department and the FBI Rocky Mountain Safe Streets Task Force (RMSSTF) are investigating a bank robbery.

Key Bank
2776 North Speer Boulevard
Denver, Colorado
03/01/2011, 11:00 a.m.

The suspect is described as a white male, 40's, approximately 5'6", 150 pounds, with a medium build.

The suspect demanded money and fled.

Bank robbery is punishable by a 20-year prison sentence for each offense and increases if a dangerous weapon is used in the commission of the crime.

The FBI continues to provide financial institutions with the best practices for security to make them less vulnerable to robberies.

If anyone has any information on the bank robbery above, or any bank robbery, please call the FBI Rocky Mountain Safe Streets Task Force at 303-629-7171; or, you can remain anonymous and earn up to two thousand dollars ($2,000) by calling CRIMESTOPPERS at 720-913-STOP (7867).

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The Englewood Police Department and the FBI Rocky Mountain Safe Streets Task Force (RMSSTF) are investigating a bank robbery.

Compass Bank

4600 South Broadway

Englewood, Colorado

03/08/2011, 12:39 p.m.

The suspect is described as a white male, 30's, approximately 6'4", 170 to 180 pounds.

The suspect demanded money and fled.

Bank robbery is punishable by a 20-year prison sentence for each offense and increases if a dangerous weapon is used in the commission of the crime.

The FBI continues to provide financial institutions with the best practices for security to make them less vulnerable to robberies.

If anyone has any information on the bank robbery above, or any bank robbery, please call the FBI Rocky Mountain Safe Streets Task Force at 303-629-7171; or, you can remain anonymous and earn up to two thousand dollars ($2,000) by calling CRIMESTOPPERS at 720-913-STOP (7867).

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More from our Colorado Crimes archive: "Best bank robber nickname ever: The Formerly Known as the Perennial Bandit Bandit."


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3 comments
Armando
Armando

I'd be interested to know if there were cameras catching the bank execs when they were stealing money from these people a couple of years ago.

concerned denver resident
concerned denver resident

hey bank robbers. you will regret this. you are going to be imprisoned. you were caught on camera. turn youselves in, it will be the beginning of your restitution. turn youselves in now so that you can get the lightest sentence (maybe 5yrs.). play this out and you will get 20 years and/or somone may get killed. if you hurt or harm innocents in the process in any way you will be doubly punished in criminal and civil court. surrender now so that you may save your life while you are young, get help, and get a new start on life. from a concerned denver resident

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