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TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

They certainly aren't crimes of the century, though every armed robbery -- even an implied armed robbery -- has the potential to turn into something much worse.

That's why authorities want you to take a close look at these suspects.

June 26th, a man enters the Circle K at 4301 East Pima and demands cigarettes.

We never see a gun or any other weapon, but he implies he'll hurt the clerk if he or she doesn't cooperate.

The clerk hands over the cigs and our suspect is on his way.

July 10th this year, a similar case at a 7-11 at 4680 East Broadway.

A young man in the snazzy T-shirt tells the clerk he has weapon and demands cash.

When he doesn't get any money, police say he grabs some flavored cigarettes and takes off on foot.

On July 27th, police say two guys worked together to steal cigarettes and beer from the Circle K at 3990 North Stone.  It doesn't look like either has a gun, but as the clerk goes to the door to watch the suspects flee, one of them tells the clerk he's going to shoot her.

The next day, police say a heavier set man decides to knock off the Viva Burrito at 1372 West St. Mary's.

This one does have a gun, police say, as the clerk goes straight to the register and gives him exactly what he's looking for.

Finally, on August first, police say an African American gentleman pulls a knife on the clerk at the Family Dollar store at 7026 East Golf Links.

The suspect walks out with an undisclosed amount of cash and drives away in the gold Toyota.

Good news, that suspect was later identified as 44 year old Kevin Blake, thanks to viewers just like you.

He's been arrested and booked into the Pima County Jail.

If you have any information about the remaining suspects, call 911 or 88-CRIME.

A reward up to $1,000 will go the person whose tip leads to an arrest in each unsolved case.

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