Information Requested on “The Brady Bunch Bandit”

Information Requested on “The Brady Bunch Bandit”

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Information Requested on “The Brady Bunch Bandit”


The FBI Rocky Mountain Safe Streets Task Force and multiple law enforcement agencies around Denver are asking for information about six different bank robberies that have occurred recently.  Authorities believe the same victim committed all of the bank robberies, and he has been dubbed “The Brady Bunch Bandit” because he resembles a co-star on the 1970s hit show, “The Brady Bunch.”  


The bank robberies are listed below:


1. September 1, 2012: Chase Bank on 8283 S Quebec Street in Centennial, Colorado around 11:53 a.m.


2. September 8, 2012: Wells Fargo Bank on 3155 E 1st Ave in Denver, Colorado around 10:36 a.m.


3. October 4, 2012: Core First Bank & Trust on 8200 S Quebec Street in Centennial, Colorado around 11:20 a.m.


4. October 10, 2012: Chase Bank on 8283 S Quebec Street in Centennial, Colorado again around 3:35 p.m.


5. October 20, 2012: Chase Bank on 7490 S University Blvd. in Centennial, Colorado around 12:43 p.m.


6. October 29, 2012: TFC Bank on 1710 S Havana Street in Aurora, Colorado around 4:30 p.m.


The suspect is a white male and believed to be between the age of 25 and 35.  He is about 5’11” or 6’0” and roughly 150 to 170 pounds.  He wore a variety of hats and wigs during the robberies.  


If you have any information about the suspect or the robberies, you need to call the FBI Rocky Mountain Safe Streets Task Force at 303-629-7171.  You can also remain anonymous and receive an award up to $2,000 if you call CRIMESTOPPERS at 720-913-7867.  


The suspect faces 20 years in prison for each offense of bank robbery.  It is not believed he used a gun during the robbery.  Witnesses stated that he entered the bank, gave the teller a note, received the case, and fled.  


Source: Federal Bureau of Investigation

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