WESTMINSTER, Colo. (CBS4)– The investigation into a Westminster bank robbery has gone so cold local and federal agents hope solving a missing person case first will give new insight.

On Wednesday, May 27, 25-year-old Daniel Perkins allegedly robbed the Bank Of The West on 120th Avenue and Colorado Boulevard in Thornton.

Lexy Stacy (credit: CBS)

Lexy Stacy (credit: CBS)

His girlfriend, 21 year-old Lexy Stacy, last made contact with her family in a text message four days later, but since then has not reached out. She hasn’t used her cell phone, credit cards, or social media.

Her parents filed a missing person’s report with Westminster police and fear the worst.

“She’s got a tattoo across her… she’s proud of… it says family comes first,” says her father, Josh Stacy.

Daniel Perkins (credit: Westminster Police)

Daniel Perkins (credit: Westminster Police)

While Perkins, a skinny 5-foot-11 white male is not particularly distinctive, Lexy Stacy does stand out. Along with a tattoo across her chest, Stacy has full sleeve tattoos on her arms. She is 5-foot tall and 120 pounds.

“Last time I heard her, she left with a backpack and nothing else,” said Josh Stacy.

Investigators do not believe Stacy is in danger, but now she is wanted herself.

Westminster police have a felony warrant issued for Stacy on a pawn violation. Police say Stacy was trying to sell a laptop Perkins stole in a separate burglary.

Her mother, Cindy Stacy, says she never trusted Perkins and believes Lexy is being silenced to protect his whereabouts, “He’s either not allowing her to contact us or he’s manipulating her.”

Her parents are now using her Facebook page hoping someone will see her and encourage her to reach out or turn herself in.

The FBI believes Perkins and Stacy may have left the state to avoid detection.

Anyone with information regarding this crime or recognizes the suspect or missing person in the pictures is asked to contact Crime Stoppers at 720-913-STOP (7867). You can text to CRIMES (274637) then title DMCS and enter your message or send an e-mail to metro-denvercrimestoppers.com. If the information you provide leads to the arrest and charging of a wanted individual, you can receive a cash reward up to $2,000.

Stan Bush is a general assignment reporter at CBS4. His stories can be seen on CBS4 News at 10. Read his bio and follow him on Twitter @StanBushTV.

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