TUCSON – Police need your help in identifying an armed robber that has held up six fast food restaurants between May 18 and June 6.
Pima County Sheriff’s Department Robbery Assault unit is also working cases. Det. Eric Heath said two cases involved a Domino’s Pizza restaurant.
According to Heath, the suspect forced the employees to the floor at gunpoint in both incidents. The suspects reportedly assaulted many of the employees.
Heath said the suspect walked into the restaurants between 10 p.m. and 2 a.m. Each time, the suspect went in with a silver gun, took the clerk to the back and ordered the clerk to open the safe and the cash register.
The suspect would then money and then leave the store.
In each case, the suspect wore a gray sweater with a hoodie with an emblem in front. He also wore gloves and a half mask.
Heath said the suspect ethnicity is unknown. PCSD said the suspect should be considered very dangerous.
According to PCSD, in both cases, a customer walked in during the robbery. The suspect reportedly made the patrons lie on the floor. PCSD said he then took money out of their wallets.
“He’s very aggressive, and it’s very scary because he points the gun at people and walks around with the gun very calmly,” Heath said.
Tucson Police Department also recently released a video from a Domino’s Pizza where the suspect followed an employee through the back entrance. The video showed the suspect continuously punching the employee.
If you have information, call 911 or 88-CRIME.