Reward increased for capture of third suspect in violent crime spree

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GOLDEN, Colo. -- The FBI released new photos of a suspect wanted for a bank robbery, carjacking and shootings that left two people wounded. And the reward for his capture is also being increased.

The FBI said Myloh Mason has been on the loose for more than two weeks and they are doing all they can to try to bring him into custody.

Police said Mason, Miguel Sanders and Javonne Richardson are responsible for a takeover-style bank robbery wearing "Scream" masks at the FirstBank at South Kipling Street and West Jewell Avenue on Nov. 18.

The suspects fled the bank and confronted a man in front of his home where they stole his vehicle at gunpoint, shooting the man several times.

The suspects then drove to Sheridan, where they tried to steal a vehicle from two women. The women were physically assaulted and one was shot.

The suspects took off on foot and more than 100 law enforcement officers from numerous metro-area agencies responded, shutting down Sheridan schools.

Sanders, 28, was found under a bus and taken into custody. Mason and Richardson got away after an hourslong search, but Richardson was arrested on Nov. 24 in the 1000 block of Sable Boulevard.

Mason is wanted for attempted murder and the FBI increased its reward to $10,000 in the hopes of gaining information to bring him into custody.

Richardson and Sanders are due in court in Jefferson County on Wednesday morning.

Anyone with information about Mason is asked to call the Lakewood Police Department at 303-987-7111 or Crime Stoppers at 720-913-7867.

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