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LAKEWOOD, Colo. (AP) — A man authorities consider one of the most violent bank robbers in Colorado history has been added to the FBI's Ten Most Wanted Fugitives list.
The FBI on Thursday announced the addition of 25-year-old Myloh Jaqory Mason. The agency says he and two other men in white and green skeleton masks brutalized tellers during a Nov. 18 robbery. Authorities say they then broke into a man's house, shot him and drove off in his minivan. They crashed the van and shot a woman while trying to steal her car.
The men are also accused of wearing masks from the movie "Scream" during a Sept. 30 robbery where they shoved guns in tellers' faces. Two of the men have been arrested.
Myloh faces charges including attempted murder, kidnapping, robbery and federal offenses.
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