Police on trail of missing ATM card | VailDaily.com

Police on trail of missing ATM card

Daily Staff Writer

Police are looking for a man caught on a bank surveillance camera allegedly using an ATM card stolen from a car parked at the Vail Transportation Center on Jan. 21. A woman’s purse, which contained a driver’s license, some cash and debit and credit cards, was stolen from a black Subaru Legacy with Rhode Island license plates.

The man was captured on a video camera in an ATM machine at the Alpine Bank in Avon.

Vail Police detective Robert Ferri said the total loss from the theft is more than $500.

Reward increased

The reward for information an Edwards bank robbery has been increased. Eagle County Crime Stoppers and the Colorado Business Bank, where a teller was injured in a was robbery Jan. 6, have increased the reward to $10,000.00.

The suspect was described as a male, approximately 5-foot-10, wearing a black coat, black pants, black mask and black gloves. Sheriff’s investigators and the FBI are currently reviewing video surveillance tapes from other businesses in the area to determine if additional information is available.

Individuals with information about this crime can call Crime Stoppers, the FBI at (970) 945-8157 or the Eagle County Sheriff’s Office at 328-8500. Tipsters can earn up to a $10,000.00 reward for information that leads to the arrest or indictment of the person or persons who robbed the bank.

Crime Stoppers is also seeking information about the theft of a helmet from the knight’s suit of armor at the Kaltenberg Castle in Lionshead.

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