$12,000 Reward Offered In Arrest Of ’32 Bandit’
DENVER (CBS4)– Authorities are upping the reward for a serial robber who is armed, dangerous and considered very brazen by law enforcement.
Police believe the so-called “32 Bandit” struck again Thursday night a veterinary hospital in Centennial.
That would make 23 robberies linked to the same suspect in little more than a month in the Denver metro area.
The reward is $12,000 for any information leading to the arrest of the robbery suspect.
Aurora police said they think the robber has struck in the city 10 times and 10 more times in other Denver metro area locations. They say he has worn a sweatshirt with the number 32 several times during his crimes.
Police said the 32 Bandit is about 25 and is white or Hispanic with a medium build. They said he is about 5-foot-10. He was also wearing “retro Air Jordans” a very distinct black and yellow shoe.