Jason Brown Wanted for Murder of Armored Car Guard Robert Keith Palomares
Published by Junior Staff Writer on August 4, 2013
The FBI is currently seeking Jason Derek Brown on a warrant charging him with murder. Agents report that on November 29th, 2004 Brown allegedly shot 24 year old, Robert Keith Palomares five times in the head outside a theater in Ahwatukee, Arizona. Brown then fled the scene on a bicycle with $56,000. The bike was later found with his fingerprints.
Palomares was an armored car guard picking up the Thanksgiving holiday receipts from the movie theaters when Brown walked up to Palomares and allegedly murdered him in cold blood.
Brown used his BMW as a getaway car and fled to Henderson, Nev., where he deposited $2,000 in cash into his bank account the next morning.
Brown then traveled to Las Vegas, police say, and swapped his BMW for a black Cadillac Escalade he had in storage. He moved on to Orange County, Calif., and stayed there with family and friends until Dec. 6, 2004, when FBI agents carrying a warrant for his arrest missed him by only an hour.
About a month later authorities recovered Brown’s Cadillac in the long-term parking lot at the Portland International Airport.
Brown was a former Mormon missionary and is good at lying and convincing people that he’s someone else. Brown was raised in Southern California, and served as a Mormon missionary in France.
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The first photo shows him at the time of the crime and the other two photos are age enhanced.
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