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Who is the “Glamour Shot Bandit?”

Posted at 3:44 PM, Apr 08, 2019
“Glamour Shot Bandit” (Courtesy Denver Police Department)

DENVER – The FBI Rocky Mountain Safe Streets Task Force along with the Denver Police Department is offering a $2,000 reward for anyone with information that can help identify the “Glamour Shot Bandit.”

In the span of two weeks, the “Glamour Shot Bandit” has robbed three banks in Denver.

The robbing spree started on March 22nd when the suspect robbed Vectra Bank on Quebec St.

Then on April 1st, a Key Bank on E. Hampden Ave. was robbed.

A different Key Bank on E. 1st Ave. was the target of the latest robbery on April 5th. This time the “Glamour Shot Bandit” escalated by displaying a handgun.

The suspect is described as a light-skinned black female, approximately 5’4″ with a tall, slender build between 20 to early 30s in age.

During the robberies, the suspect wore heavy makeup, large hats, gloves, and large sunglasses in an attempt to hide her identity.

Each offense is punishable by a 20-year prison sentence and increases if a dangerous weapon was used in the crime.

If you have any information that can lead to an arrest, call Safe Streets Task Force at 303-629-7171 or call Crimestoppers at 720-913-STOP to remain anonymous.