DENVER

FBI Searching For 'Mid-Life Crises Bandit' In Key Bank Robbery

07/15/2011 06:41 pm ET | Updated Sep 14, 2011

Denver Police and the Denver division of the FBI are looking for a man who allegedly robbed a Key Bank on South Colorado Boulevard.

Described as a white male in his 40's or 50's, the suspect has been dubbed the "Mid-Life Crises Bandit" by the Rocky Mountain Safe Streets Task Force's Violent Crime Unit. Whether or not the name was inspired by or related to the Phoenix, Ariz. "Mid-Life Crisis Bandit" is unknown. The man allegedly entered the Key Bank donning an open umbrella and possibly wearing a wig, demanded money and left. He is suspected of robbing two other banks in the area.

Bank robberies are punishable by 20-year prison sentence per offense and increases if a weapon is used.

Anyone with any information is asked to call Crime Stoppers, 720-913-7867

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