Police search bank for would-be robbers after employee may have given passcodes

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ENGLEWOOD, Colo. -- Armed police officers and FBI agents searched a Wells Fargo Bank branch on Friday morning for possible robbers after reports of a home invasion forced a bank employee to give up passcodes.

Englewood Police and the FBI found no robbers at the bank at 5050 S. Federal Boulevard. Officials are investigating whether a report of four suspects robbing a bank employee's apartment at 3100 W. Floyd Ave. in Denver is connected.

"The FBI, Englewood PD and DPD are working a bank burglary at the Wells Fargo Bank at 5050 West Federal Blvd.," FBI spokesman Dave Joly said in a statement. "The investigation is in the early stages. As info becomes available or suspect info is obtained, a press release will be issued."