Possible suspect in Thornton bank robbery detained | News
THORNTON, Colo. — A bank robbery in Thornton led to a manhunt Wednesday that had entrances to neighborhoods blocked and a number of police officers participating in the search for the suspect
The robbery happened at 11:25 a.m. at Key Bank, 3505 E. 104th Ave.
Police say a man entered the bank with a handgun and demanded money in a note. He left the bank with money.
Officers found a possible location for the suspect in the 10600 block of St. Paul St. in Northglenn. Officers set up a perimeter in the neighborhood.
One witness says there were a lot of police officers in the neighborhood blocking entrances to the area for a short time.
Police located a man who has been detained as the possible bank robbery suspect.
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