Female Suspect Wanted For Robberies Speaks Softly But Means Business
Every business she has hit tells the story – a female, soft spoken robber who shows a gun and lets employees know she means business.
Recently, the still unidentified woman walked into GiGi’s Cupcakes near Polaris.
She got away with cash.
The first place police know the woman struck was at the Dairy Queen on High Street in Worthington.
Manager Terance Bozman says she walked quietly up to the counter as if she was about to place an order.
"Then she tells me to give her the money in a soft quiet voice, and I technically really didn't hear her and said what and giggled at her,” said Bozman. "She holds up her shirt, and she holds up the gun and I say OK I know this ain't a joke now."
Surveillance video obtained by Columbus police shows a woman holding up the Cottage Inn Pizza shop on the far north side. Investigators say after comparing the video and pictures- they determined it was the same woman.
Then Saturday evening, police say an armed woman hit Ying's Tea House on High Street in Clintonville. Twenty minutes later, an armed robber hit GiGi's Cupcakes on Polaris Parkway.
Investigators tell 10TV that the same woman is responsible for all for and possibly other attempted armed robberies.
While police continue to gather evidence, Bozman has this to share with anyone confronted by her.
“Just give over the money; It's not worth your life at all. Just like I've told every employee who works here, I'm bigger than most people, just hand over the money and get it over with."
Investigators say no one was hurt in any of these incidents but say she doesn't show signs of stopping.