The Rocky Mountain Safe Streets Task Force hopes the public can help them identify a bank robbery suspect.
Police in Denver have teamed up with the FBI Rocky Mountain Safe Streets Task Force to capture what have been called “extremely violent bank robbers.”
The longhorn bandit strikes again, this time at the Public Service Credit Union in Broomfield.
A man dubbed the “Good Grammar Bandit” has been charged in eight bank robberies in three different counties.
They got their stolen car back, but their personal items are still missing. Now a Colorado couple is wondering if the robber who took their belongings will come back.
Police in Boulder are searching for one suspect who detectives believe may be tied to three different robberies.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation is now joining the search for a man called the Longhorn Bandit.
Authorities would like the public’s help identifying two different suspects in several bank robberies.
The same bank in Westminster has been robbed three times in one week.
On Tuesday, a day that a bank robber’s heist in Jefferson County forced the lockdown of three nearby schools, the FBI released its list of top 10 bank thieves along Colorado’s Front Range.