Alleged “Powder Puff Bandit” strikes Englewood financial institution, and authorities are asking for assist to search out him and confederate


A suspected financial institution robber dubbed the Powder Puff bandit, due to the make-up worn to hide facial tattoos, is needed by the FBI together with a feminine confederate.
The FBI and native authorities are asking for the general public’s assist in discovering Paul Hernandez, 33, and Mary Bannigan, 27, in accordance with an FBI information launch.
The pair are suspected of robbing a number of banks within the Denver metro space, together with an Englewood financial institution, BBVA Compass Financial institution, 4600 S. Broadway, on Thursday,  the FBI stated.

Powder Puff Bandit Replace: The FBI Rocky Mountain Secure Streets Activity Pressure and Denver metropolitan space police departments want your assist finding Paul Hernandez and Mary Bannigan, each wished for financial institution robberies.
— FBI Denver (@FBIDenver) October 2, 2020

A dye pack inside a cash bag in Monday’s theft detonated and money stolen will probably be stained with crimson dye, the FBI stated. The suspect has displayed a hand gun in two of the robberies.
Hernandez was arrested on Jan. 29 in Broomfield on suspicion of financial institution theft. He posted bond and was launched from jail on June 13. Hernandez has not proven up for courts dates or complied with situations of the bond, authorities stated.
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He’s been robbing banks after his bond launch, the FBI stated.
Hernandez is described as 5 toes, 7 inches tall with a skinny construct, a shaved head and facial tattoos. Bannigan is described as about 5 toes, 2 inches tall with a skinny construct. She wears eyeglasses and has long- darkish hair which is typically coloured blonde.
Anybody with info of their whereabouts is requested to name the FBI Rocky Mountain Secure Streets Activity Pressure at 303-629-7171, or nameless ideas will be left with Crime Stoppers at 720- 913-7867 (STOP).


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