FBI: ‘Brothers Bandits’ tied to string of Colo. bank robberies

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Authorities are looking for "The Brothers Bandits," including Denis Volkov (Left) and Slavic Volkov (FBI).

DENVER  — The FBI is asking for the public’s help in capturing two brothers suspected of robbing four banks over the past two weeks.

Vyacheslav “Slavic” Volkov, 31, and Denis Volkov, 19, have been dubbed “The Brothers Bandits” by the FBI, and are believed to be responsible for entering several Metro area banks, demanding money with a weapon and then fleeing.

The Volkov brothers are suspected of robbing the Denver U.S. Bank at 2850 North Quebec Street on August 3, and the U.S. Bank located at 5971 West 88th Avenue in Westminster on August 5.

They are also under investigation for robbing the U.S. Bank in Thornton at 4301 East 120th Avenue on August 12, and a Denver TCF Bank located at 2084 South Broadway on August 13.

Slavic is described as a white male who is 6-foot-1, weighs 200 pounds, and has brown hair and brown eyes. Police said he speaks with a heavy accent.

Denis is described as a white male who is 5-foot-8, weighs 160 pounds, and has brown hair and hazel eyes.

If you have any information about these men, you are asked to call the FBI Rocky Mountain Safe Streets Task Force at (303) 629-7171.