AURORA, Colo. (CBS4)– Just 15 minutes after a bank robbery suspect allegedly pulled out a gun, ordered everyone in the bank to the floor and ran away with a bagful of cash, the FBI and Aurora police arrested him.
Michael Darryl Harden allegedly robbed the TCF Bank at 16999 East Quincy Avenue at 9:30 a.m. Wednesday. Task force officers said he was wearing a disguise at the time and had a weapon.READ MORE: CBS4 Fan Poll: Have the Broncos closed the gap on the Chiefs?
The Rocky Mountain Safe Streets Task Force has been looking for Harden since Jan. 28 when he allegedly held up Champion Bank in Parker near Lincoln Avenue and Jordan Road. He was wearing a disguise, was armed and ordered customers to the floor before taking money.READ MORE: Colorado Weather: Tuesday Storm May Fizzle Out For The Denver Metro
Harden will be booked into the Denver jail while he awaits transfer to the federal facility. He faces federal armed bank robbery charges which carry a penalty of a minimum seven years in prison.MORE NEWS: Firefighters Responding To The West Ranch Fire In Jefferson County
Harden does not have a prior criminal history. No one was hurt during the robberies.