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Men accused of working together in Colorado Springs robberies

Posted at 3:05 PM, Jan 10, 2019

Allen Matthew Vigil

Allen Matthew VigilCOLORADO SPRINGS – Police have arrested two men they say worked together to commit six robberies in Colorado Springs.

Allen Matthew Vigil, 32, and Robert Lee Maestas,49, are accused of robberies at several banks between August 22 and December 6.

The first robbery was at a Pikes Peak National Bank branch on West Colorado Ave on August 22nd.  The others took place in downtown Colorado Springs, the Platte corridor, and the Powers corridor in just a few weeks from November to early December.

  • 8/22/18                            Pikes Peak National Bank          2401 West Colorado Avenue
  • 11/05/18                          US Bank                                    6 South Tejon Street
  • 11/06/18                          US Bank                                    2890 North Powers Boulevard
  • 11/28/18                          TCF Bank                                  3175 East Platte Avenue
  • 11/28/18                          Academy Bank                          3201 East Platte Avenue
  • 12/06/18                          US Bank                                    6030 Stetson Hills Boulevard

Police say the investigation is ongoing, and investigators have discovered an additional robbery at a local bar. Arrest warrants are pending for both men for that robbery.

Robert Lee Maestas
Robert Lee Maestas