Police Stop Dozens Of Drivers Looking For Robbery Suspect
Aurora Police Searched Series Of Cars Looking For Suspect
DENVER — Aurora police stopped dozens of cars and pulled out their drivers at gunpoint looking for a bank robbery suspect Saturday afternoon.
Police said an armed man robbed a Wells Fargo bank on E. Hampden Avenue and S. Chambers Road and fled.
Police tracked the robber to the intersection of E. Iliff Avenue and S. Buckley Road.
Responding officers barricaded the area, trapping about 25 cars near the intersection. Then police went car by car and pulled out each occupant at gunpoint and handcuffed them.
“Cops came in from every direction and just threw their car in front of my car,” said Sonya Romero, who was one of the drivers handcuffed. “We all got cuffed until they figured out who did what.”
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