Police in Denver are hoping to track down a serial robber dubbed the “Help Yourself Bandit.”
One of the suspects in the robbery attempt and hostage takeover of a Radio Shack in Denver will spend 30 years in prison.
A man pleaded guilty on Thursday for his role in last fall’s Radio Shack robbery and hostage situation.
One of two men charged in connection with a robbery and kidnapping at a Radio Shack in Denver last September has pleaded guilty.
Two men accused in an attempted robbery and hostage situation at a Radio Shack have been formally charged.
It’s been four days since an employee was held hostage for six hours inside a Denver Radio Shack. Employees were there getting ready to reopen Tuesday but say there’s no word yet on when that will happen.
It started with a robbery and gunshots and led to a six-hour standoff involving an innocent man simply trying to do his job who wound up fearing for his life. In the end police arrested two men and got the hostage out unharmed.
Aurora police are now offering a $2,000 reward for information that leads them to a robbery suspect who has been dubbed the “Subway 32 Bandit.”