Alleged Bank Robber in Olathe Identified

08/25/14 | By | 116 More
BRITTANY NELSON (Courtesy photo)

BRITTANY MASON (Courtesy photo)

OLATHE — Investigators have identified and are searching for a suspect in last week’s bank robbery in Olathe.

Police are looking for 22-year-old Brittany N. Mason of Delta, described as five-feet, two-inches tall weighing 130 pounds. Mason is also described as having long straight brown hair, brown eyes, eye glasses, and tattoos on her left arm that say “strength,” “mom,” and a tattoo of the astrological sign Leo.

Mason is accused of robbing the Bank of Colorado in Olathe on the afternoon of  Wednesday, Aug. 20, at 3:30 p.m.

Mason could be traveling with a small child. Police are also searching for Justin F. Davenport,  30, for questioning.

The Olathe Police Department, along with the Colorado Bureau of Investigation, investigated the bank robbery.

Witnesses told investigators that an unknown female allegedly brandished a weapon at a bank teller, along with a note demanding cast. The woman walked out of the back of the bank with $844 from the teller’s drawer, according to Olathe Police Chief Justin Harlan.

Mason faces charges of aggravated robbery, robbery and theft.

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