DENVER (CBS4)– Police in Denver and the FBI are investigating a man who walked into a bank and claimed he had a bomb.
Police said a man entered the Key Bank at Hampden and Monaco at 10:15 a.m. Wednesday. He claimed there was a bomb in his duffel bag and left it inside the bank.
The man did not show a weapon and left the bank shortly after that interaction. He got away on foot.
The Bomb Squad of the Denver Police Department responded to the bank. No bomb was found. No one was hurt.
The man is described as Hispanic in his mid-30s, wearing a Broncos hat, blue polo shirt, khaki pants. He was clean shaven.