‘Tank' identified as Burger in iPhone robbery at Aurora 7-Eleven

Posted at 9:52 AM, Apr 20, 2017

AURORA, Colo. – A man sought by Aurora Police for robbing a kid of his iPhone and $40 cash at an Aurora 7-Eleven has been identified.

Kierh Burger, 26, was only known to police by his nickname of “Tank,” but now investigators know exactly who they’re dealing with.

Not only is Burger wanted for the 7-Eleven robbery, but he has an active felony warrant for a parole violation. Police say Burger is known to be at the Motel 9 at 8701 East Colfax Ave. in Denver.

Burger is considered violent and shouldn’t be approached. Call agent White at 303-739-6011 or email Agent White at if you see him.

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