Fort Collins police are again asking for the public’s help as they investigate another bank robbery.
First Bank, 2315 S. College Ave., was robbed about 3 p.m. March 31, police say. A man entered the bank and demanded cash from one of the tellers while indicating he had a gun. He fled the bank with an undisclosed amount of money, according to the news release.
No bank employees or customers were injured in the incident, police said.
Police say the man is about 5-foot-2 with tattoos on his wrists and hands.
They are asking residents in the neighborhood along Columbia Road with doorbell camera or surveillance footage to see if they captured any vehicles or people traveling through the area around the time of the robbery.
This is the third bank robbery reported in Fort Collins in the past month, and police are still investigating the other two in partnership with the FBI, Fort Collins police spokesperson Kate Kimble said.
On March 2, police responded to a reported robbery at Wells Fargo, 320 E. Harmony Road. The suspect was described as a 5-foot-5 to 5-foot-6 athletic man with a slender build.
Chase Bank, 2820 E. Harmony Road, was robbed March 11. Police described the suspect as an adult male with a face tattoo.
Investigators have not determined if these robberies are connected in any way, but they are looking into the possibility, Kimble said.
Anyone with information about any of these robberies can call Detective Bryan Vogel at 970-416-2392. People can submit anonymous tips through Crime Stoppers of Larimer County at 970-221-6868 or at stopcriminals.org.
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