TPD releases photos of serial robber - Tucson News Now

TPD releases photos of serial robber

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

TPD is still searching for an armed robbery suspect. 

According to TPD the suspect, is described as a black man in his 30s, 5'7" between 140 - 150 pounds, wearing dark clothing, gloves and a bandana over his face.  He is driving a possible late model blue or dark colored Cadillac. 

TPD is saying ten convenience stores have been hit, but only seven actually robbed; two were simply attempts; one TPD believes at this point is a different man and unrelated to the other robberies. The suspect has been robbing the stores armed with a handgun, according to TPD officials and is stealing merchandise and cash.  There have been no injuries reported.

The last location to be robbed was a Chevron gas station at 1st and Wetmore, according to TPD. 

Those with information on the suspect are encouraged to call 911.   

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