Suspect surrenders in Colo. armed robbery


David Accomazzo
Rocky Mountain News

DENVER — A man suspected of robbing a credit union Wednesday morning surrendered to Jefferson County sheriff's deputies several hours later, ending a daylong search.

The suspect, identified as Tobias Archuleta, 27, called police around 3:30 p.m. from the Southwest Plaza shopping center, according to Jim Shires, spokesman for the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office. He was arrested without incident a short time later.

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