DENVER – Attacks that killed a man in Colorado may have had a shop in Wyoming and a bank in Utah later that day, the authorities said.
The disaster began Friday in Denver when a man was shot several times, and the attackers stole his black 2015 Cadillac sedan, police said.
The victim was taken to a hospital where he was pronounced dead. His name was not published.
Two hours later, a black Cadillac was used in an armed robbery at a grocery store in Cheyenne, Wyoming, 100 miles north of 160 kilometers. The Cheyenne police said two men robbed the store and one of them fired a gun twice. No one was hurt.
The men took cash and goods and returned to Cadillac, where a woman waited, police said.
Six hours after the Cheyenne robbery, the same men robbed a Wells Fargo bank in Park City, Utah, 440 miles (71
Deputies said the men were driving away in a black Cadillac with the same Colorado license plate as the car stolen in Denver, and a woman had to be a passenger.
The authorities said they did not know which direction the car was leading.
The FBI assisted with the investigation.
This story has been corrected to show the robbery in Utah six hours after that in Cheyenne, not four hours.