FBI asks for assist figuring out Aurora’s “Double Dipper” Bandit


The FBI is asking for assist figuring out the so-called “Double Dipper Bandit,” who’s chargeable for at the least 5 financial institution robberies in Aurora, two at already-robbed banks, the bureau stated in a launch.
The suspect is described as a skinny white man between 30 and 40 years outdated and about 6-foot-0, the discharge stated.
He reportedly robbed the Chase Financial institution at 5800 South Parker Highway on Dec. 2, 2019, and once more on Feb. 5, the discharge stated. He then hit the Chase Financial institution at 3501 South Tower Highway on Could 6 and once more on June 2. And he reportedly robbed the KeyBank at 3607 South Tower Highway on July 2.
Through the robberies the bandit entered the financial institution, gave a teller a requirement be aware and threatened that he had a weapon, though he didn’t brandish one, the discharge stated. He then fled the financial institution in an unknown course.
Through the July theft the bandit wore a darkish blue or black baseball hat, a white and blue checkered button-up shirt, giant sun shades and a white masks, the discharge stated. Through the June theft the bandit wore an orange hat with a T embroidered on it, a white pin-striped shirt, a white surgical masks, blue denims and mountain climbing boots.
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The bureau asks residents to search for anybody matching the suspect’s description and to concentrate on anybody who might need modified their spending habits or mentioned a latest inflow of cash, the discharge stated.
Anybody with data on any of the financial institution robberies or the suspect is requested to name the FBI Rocky Mountain Protected Streets Activity Pressure at 303-629-7171. Those that want to stay nameless can even name CRIMESTOPPERS at 720-913-7867.


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