A Bank Robbery in the Denver Suburb of Aurora yesterday forced the police to use unconventional tactics to apprehend the suspected robber. The police department did not have a description of the suspect or the vehicle but got a tip that the man responsible was stopped at a red light. Police rushed to the intersection mentioned and found more than 20 cars and 40 people where they believed the suspect was. The police barricaded the traffic and removed all 40 people from their cars at gunpoint. The suspect was finally found in the last car searched and police recovered two loaded weapons, which was the evidence they needed to arrest the suspect. None of the 40 people involved with the unconventional stop complained to the Police Department, but they did receive 5 complaints from citizens who were not involved. The Aurora Police Chief said in an interview that he is sorry they had to inconvenience the drivers, but also said that investigative detention is lawful for a reasonable period of time.