Suspects in five fast-food drive-thru robberies dubbed the 'Have It Your Way Bandits'
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AURORA, Colo. - Two suspects accused of robbing five fast-food restaurant drive-thrus in the past two months have been dubbed the "Have It Your Way Bandits" by police.
According to Crime Stoppers, the two Hispanic men were wearing white masks when they robbed the Burger King Restaurant at 3800 Chambers Road in Aurora on April 19. They ordered food from the drive-thru, pulled up to the window and pointed a gun at the clerk to demand money.
Both the men are described as being in their late teens or early 20's. One wore a blue hoodie and the other wore a red hoodie.
The bandits were in a dark green or blue 90's-era Honda with two doors and a sunroof. The car had no front license plate and had rear end damage. The roof had rust spots and there was also damage to the driver-side mirror.
Anyone with information about these suspects or this case are encouraged to contact Metro Denver Crime Stoppers at 720-913-STOP or through their mobile app. Tipsters can remain anonymous and could earn an award of up to $2,000.
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