On January 13, 2021 at approximately 2:47pm, an unidentified male entered the Credit Union of the Rockies, located at 111 East Main Street in Frisco. The unidentified male then demanded money from a bank teller; received money, which he stuffed in his front jacket pockets; and fled the bank on foot heading east on Frisco Main Street. There was no weapon observed, and no one was injured during the robbery. The suspect in the Frisco robbery has a similar physical appearance and clothing to that of the suspect in a bank robbery in the Town of Fraser, Colorado on January 5, 2021.
Description of the Suspect
The male suspect appears to be in his late 50’s to early 60’s with gray hair and around 6’ tall weighing approximately 200-220 lbs. He was wearing a black North Face jacket with a red logo on his right rear shoulder and front breast, red side pocket zippers, and a red lining on the hood; light colored blue jeans; a tan ball cap; a dirty light green surgical mask; and black athletic shoes with white soles. The suspect walks with a limp on his left side, which is visible in a video of the suspect taken in the area.
Frisco Police Needs the Public’s Help
The Frisco Police Department is asking for the public’s help in identifying the suspect and is requesting that the public look at a video and photographs of the suspect from the scene in order to aid in the investigation. The Frisco Police Department is also interested in speaking to anyone who may have seen the suspect in the area of 2nd Avenue and Main Street, as well as behind the Credit Union of the Rockies in the Galena Street Alley, on Wednesday, January 13, 2021 between 1:00pm and 3:00pm.
Who to Contact with Information
Anyone with information about this robbery and/or the identity of the suspect is asked to contact the Frisco Police Department: Sergeant Brandon Vail at BrandonV@TownofFrisco.com and Sergeant Timothy Robinson at TimothyR@townoffrisco.com and by calling 970-668-8600. Citizens are advised not to contact or approach the suspect themselves.