'Bag It Bandit' has struck 4 times since March - New York News

'Bag It Bandit' has struck 4 times since March

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GLENDALE, Ariz. -

Glendale Police are looking for a man who has committed 4 armed robberies at Valero and 7-11 convenience stores in Glendale. They've named him the 'Bag It Bandit.'

Police believe the same suspect committed all 4 robberies -- the first occurred in March and the most recent occurred on November 17.

In each case he enters the business late in the evening or very early in the morning. He points a gun at the clerk and demands money in all of the cash drawers. Then he has the employee lie on the ground until after he leaves.

He is described as a white male, 5'9" to 6', thin build, with possible brown hair. He always wears a bandana or cloth mask across his face, along with sunglasses and a hat or hooded sweatshirt.

The suspect leaves and departs on foot and no vehicle has been seen.

TIPLINE: 480-WITNESS or 623-930-3000

 

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