Friday, May 23, 2014

Bank Robbery Suspect Booked Into Jail

2012 Clifton Bank Robbery Suspect Booked Into Jail

Surveillance images from Alpine Bank, Clifton
Dated: April 26, 2012
Images of the suspect during the robbery were
previously released to media and public
Mesa County, Colo. -- Evidence outlined in an arrest warrant signed on May 9, 2014, paints a Denver man on a robbery spree across Colorado from April 2012 to June 2012. Mark Douglas Osterloo, 47, of Denver, was arrested near his home on June 15, 2012, in connection to other cases. Law enforcement from our agency, along with Glenwood Springs Police Department, Colorado Springs Police Department and agents with the Federal Bureau of Investigation identified Mark as the suspect in at least four bank robbery incidents, in Colorado, in 2012. The warrant issued for his arrest in connection to the bank robbed in Clifton, in April 2012, is for one count of aggravated robbery, a class 3 felony charge. 

Citizen witnesses outside at least one of the bank's robbed was able to provide a detailed vehicle description and license plate information. A search through Colorado Department of Motor Vehicle records, showed that license plate matching a vehicle the same as described by the citizen witness, belonging to Mark. In addition, the warrant issued for Mark outlines cell phone records that indicate his travel from the Denver area over the mountains and into Mesa County the same day, April 26, 2012, as the Alpine Bank robbery occurred in Clifton. The same cell phone records show Mark's cell phone leaving Mesa County at a time frame immediately following the time of the bank robbery. Further evidence, outlined in the warrant, point to Mark being the suspect in a bank robbery that occurred in Glenwood Springs on the afternoon of April 27, 2012; In the morning hours of June 4, 2012, in Colorado Springs and again on June 14, 2012, at a different bank in Colorado Springs. 
Mark Osterloo, 47, of Denver
Mark is being held in the Mesa County Detention Facility on a $60,000.00 cash only bond. For updates on any inmate in our facility, visit our Inmate Inquiry System webpage.