Arlington PD asks for help ID'ing robbery suspect

Arlington PD asks for help ID'ing robbery suspect

Arlington PD says this man is responsible for seven robberies since June of 2012. (Credit: APD)

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Posted on October 4, 2012 at 1:06 PM

Updated Thursday, Oct 4 at 5:07 PM

ARLINGTON – Arlington police need help identifying a man who has robbed seven businesses since June, three of which occurred in Arlington.

Department spokeswoman Tiara Richard said the man typically enters a pizza restaurant or a cell phone store between 6 p.m. and 10 p.m. and robs it. He's used a gun in all the robberies in Arlington. The others happened in Fort Worth, Irving and Grand Prairie. 

He’s also been spotted fleeing the scene in a white Nissan four door car with tinted windows.

The latest robbery occurred on Sept. 29. The man robbed a Metro PCS in Arlington by pulling out a gun and demanding money from the cashier. You can watch that video here; the actual robbery happens at the 14 minute mark.

No one has been injured during the robberies, nor have any customers been robbed, Richard said. 

"The Arlington Police Department is working closely with the other agencies that have incidents similar to our three robberies and are believed to have been committed by the same suspect," Richard wrote in an email.

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