IN­EPT ROB­BER DIDN’T KNOW BANK’S HOURS

The Denver Post - - NEWS -

Po­lice are look­ing for a bungling bank rob­ber with a bad sense of tim­ing.

A man at­tempted to rob an Academy Bank, 9400 E. Ham­p­den Ave. in Au­rora, in­side a Wal­mart but showed up at 5:05 p.m., five min­utes after the bank had closed, ac­cord­ing to Deb­o­rah Sher­man, an FBI spokes­woman.

The at­tempted rob­bery hap­pened Nov. 19, and the man, who de­manded money from tellers, left emp­ty­handed.

He is de­scribed as a white or Asian man, in his mid-20s, about 5-foot 8 and 160 pounds, with a slim build, thin face, black hair, blue eyes, glasses and a black mus­tache, al­though the mus­tache may be fake. He wore a red and black plaid hunter’s cap, blue ski jacket, blue jeans, gray and black ath­letic shoes and black gloves the day of the at­tempted rob­bery.

Weld charges wrong-way driver with ve­hic­u­lar homi­cide in Thanks­giv­ing crash. A 25-year-old

man sus­pected of driv­ing the wrong way into a headon col­li­sion that killed a teen on In­ter­state 25 near Erie was charged with ve­hic­u­lar homi­cide and driv­ing drunk on Wed­nes­day, ac­cord­ing to the Weld County dis­trict at­tor­ney’s of­fice.

Alex Pablo Ro­driguez was be­hind the wheel of a gray Jeep head­ing south in the north­bound lanes on Thanks­giv­ing when he ran into a ve­hi­cle oc­cu­pied by Nash Rider, 16, and Kyle Nackos, 19. Nackos was killed, and Rider was hos­pi­tal­ized with se­ri­ous in­juries.

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