Three different Western Slope law enforcement agencies have been trying to find a man suspected of robbing three fast food restaurants. They are also attempting to locate a woman who may know where he is.

Michael Marin Robbery Suspect
Courtesy Mesa County Sheriff's Office

The Mesa County Sheriff's Office, Grand Junction Police Department and Delta Police Department believe the man responsible for all three robberies is 35-year-old Michael Marin. Authorities say he may be armed and dangerous.

So far, attempts to locate Marin have been unsuccessful. The investigation into the robberies has found there may be a person who knows where Marin is and may have information about the robberies.


Jessica Rojas Person of Interest in Fast Food Robbery Cases
Courtesy Mesa County Sheriff's Office

The Mesa County Sheriff's Office says that person is 26-year-old Jessica Rojas of Montrose. They believe she is very likely to know where to find Marin. However, they have also been unable to locate Rojas.

It is not likely Rojas is willingly going to come forward with information as she has outstanding arrest warrants not related to the robberies.

There is also speculation Marin is the person who robbed the Pizza Hut restaurant in Fruita on Thursday (November 2), but there isn't conclusive evidence to prove Marin's involvement.

If you know the whereabouts of either Marin or Rojas, or have information about the robberies that could help authorities solve these cases, call 911 or non-emergency dispatch at 970-242-6707.

Anonymous reports can be made with Crime Stoppers of Mesa County at 970-241-7867. If the information provided leads to an arrest in any of these robberies, the person providing that information is eligible for a reward of up to $1,000.

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