Denver man allegedly linked to 10 bank robberies – Aurora, Colorado
Aurora, Colorado 2021-07-15 19:35:23 –
Denver – A man arrested by the FBI who believes it may have something to do with an investigation into the “takeover” bank robbery on the Denver metro.
The FBI Rocky Mountain Safe Street Task Force is investigating the patterns found in 10 robbers. Two of them were a car thief in which a robber broke into a bank, hit a gun and locked a person in it, and emptied a clerk with a cash drawer. ..
Jerome Bravo was identified as the suspect, and on April 12th, investigator Bravo 10700E. Detained after trying to escape Denver police at Greens Apartment on Dartmouth Avenue.
Investigators used a semi-automatic Glock pistol with an aftermarket “ZEV” slide and an extended magazine to look head-on at Bravo’s driver’s seat at the arrest point.
While searching for Bravo’s apartment, investigators found a .380 Smith & Wesson bodyguard pistol stuck in a sofa seat cushion in the living room.
Bravo was charged with a crime involving possession of a gun. He had previously been convicted of robbery in both Denver and Adams Counties.
Below is a list of the 10 robbed banks that were involved in the investigation.
- Keybank, Aurora 10502 East Arizona Place on January 6th
- BBVA Compass Bank, Denver 800 Broadway on February 4th
- Keybank, Aurora 12101 East Dartmouth Avenue on February 8th
- Keybank, February 8, 1679 Centennial E. Smoky Hill Road
- BBVA Compass Bank, Denver 8101 East Bellevue on February 9th
- FirstBank, Denver 1316 East Evans on February 18th
- Keybank, Denver 6405 East Hampden on March 1st
- FirstBank, Denver 8901 East Hampden Avenue on March 17th
- Keybank, March 31st Denver 3410 East 1st Street
- BBVA Compass Bank, March 31st, 8008 Yarrow Street in Alvada
The arrest document does not contain further information on the alleged involvement of Bravo in the bank robbery.
The FBI previously said it believed the three were involved in the robbery. Although the explanation of the alleged robbery is limited, Metro Denver Crim Stopper has released the following photo book of those involved.
Metro Denver Crime Stopper
Metro Denver Crim Stopper pays up to $ 2,000 for clues that could result in an arrest in the case. A tipster can remain anonymous at (720) 913-7867. Anyone with information can call the FBI Rocky Mountain Safe Street Task Force at (303) 629-7171. FirstBank pays an additional $ 10,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the case.
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