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Philadelphia Police Asking for Public’s Help to Identify Suspect in Multiple Armed Robberies Caught on Camera

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Philadelphia police are asking for the public’s assistance to identify and locate the suspect for multiple robberies in Wynnefield and Overbrook areas that were caught on camera. Detectives have released the video. (story continued below video)

Watch Video of Robberies Below

Robbery #1:

On November 8, 2014, at 9:37 pm — Robola Pizza 1999 North 52nd Street armed with a black handgun. Once inside the suspect immediately pointed the gun at the employees inside the store, suspect ordered victim #1 to empty his pockets. After victim #1 handed the suspect $450 he ordered him to the back of the store. The suspect then approached victim #2, who was standing at the cash register ordering him to open the register taking approximately $50. The suspect hen fled on foot and was last seen east on the 5100 block of Lebanon Avenue.

Robbery #2:

On November 8, 2014, at 10:29 pm — Staci’s Pizza located at 7404 Drexel Rd.,suspect entered armed with a handgun demanding that they open the cash register. After the employees complied, the suspect took approximately $150 in cash and fled the store entering a green Ford Thunderbird leaving the area in an unknown direction.

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