FBI: Suspect robs bank in Northglenn after 19 burglaries in San Diego

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BOULDER, Colo. — A suspect in 19 bank robberies in San Diego was reportedly hiding in Boulder before hitting a Bank of the West branch in Northglenn on Friday, the FBI said Monday.

Daniel David Courson, 45, approached a teller at the bank at 10393 Huron St. about 9:45 a.m., demanded money, fled on a bicycle and then in a vehicle with Utah license plates.

Courson is described as a white male, 6-foot-1 and 185 pounds, with graying brown hair and blue eyes.

He is known to use disguises to change his appearance and uses a variety of aliases, including Adam Scott Hopkins, Max Taylor, Scott E. Taylor, Max Robert Taylor, Mark Pavlik and Jeremy Penrod.

Courson is wanted in California for burglary and a parole violation.

After he served time in a California prison, the FBI said he burglarized a wealthy individual in Tustin, California, in 2015. He made off with fine art, rare coins, jewelry and expensive watches.

He then fled the state knowing he was being pursued. The Tustin Police Department almost caught him in 2017 in Park City, Utah, but he escaped, the FBI said.

Police in California were tipped off Monday that he was living under the alias of Adam Scott Hopkins in Boulder.

He was last seen driving the truck he allegedly stole from Utah. The vehicle has a Utah plate of E048HU, but police said he could have changed it.

The FBI believes Courson is actively fleeing Colorado and should be considered armed and dangerous.

Anyone who sees Courson should not approach him but call 911 with any information.

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