Lately, the Rocky Mountain Safe Streets Task Force hasn't been bestowing nicknames upon all of the bank robbers it's seeking -- a pity given how much we enjoyed putting out the alert for the likes of the Bad Hatter Bandit, the Hoppin Hooded Bandit and more. So we're grateful the agency's getting back in the game, dubbing one young suspect the Slim Fast Bandit -- because she's so skinny.
Look below to see photos of her and two other moniker-free suspects and get details about the heists in question for Task Force releases:
Bank of the West 1389 South Havana Street Aurora, Colorado 11/30/2010, 11:31 a.m. DESCRIPTION SEX: Female RACE: Black AGE: 20's HEIGHT: 5'10" to 6' BUILD: Very thin INFORMATION: Presented a demand note and received money.
Bank of the West 621 17th Street Denver, Colorado 11/30/2010, 3:12 p.m. DESCRIPTION: SEX: Male RACE: Black AGE: 20's to 30's HEIGHT: 6' to 6'4" BUILD: Medium INFORMATION: Presented a demand note and received money.
US Bank 444 17th Street Denver, Colorado 12/02/2010, 12:49 p.m.
DESCRIPTION SEX: Male RACE: Black AGE: 25 HEIGHT: 5'10" to 6' WEIGHT: 150 to 180 OTHER: Light complexion, freckles INFORMATION: Presented a demand note and received money.
Rocky Mountain Safe Streets Task Force, 303-629-7171 Crime Stoppers, 720-913-7867
More from our Colorado Crimes archive: "Perennial Bandit pops up for his annual Bank of the West robbery."
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