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Suspected bank robber worked as a bank security guard and served 42 years in prison for murder
Investigators arrested Flozell Beasley, 70, for robbing four banks and a taco shop. Records show Beasley was paroled from prison for murder in 2018.
DENVER — A man who spent time in prison since the 1970s for murder is now back behind bars and is accused of robbing several banks and a restaurant.
From May through July, security cameras captured a man identified in court documents as Flozell Beasley dressed in a green vest and hard hat robbing four banks and a downtown taco shop. Investigators eventually arrested Beasley late last month.
9NEWS learned Beasley was employed as a security guard for an Aurora based company called American Eagle Protective Services. A woman who answered the phone and claimed to be the security company owner admitted to 9NEWS she didn’t know Beasley served 42 years in prison for murder.