Police said a search warrant revealed new information about a string of armed robberies.
Clinton Agbor was in police custody as of Saturday, charged with a second armed robbery.
Agbor, 20, was charged on Saturday with aggravated robbery in connection with a crime last week in Grandview Heights.
10TV obtained a returned search warrant for Agbor's vehicle, which listed 13 female robbery victims as cause to search for evidence.
Investigators said the method of operation was similar in every case and believe Agbor may be the one targeting these women.
“It's quite a relief quite a relief and more so to my sister,” said Josh, who asked that his last name not be used to protect his younger sister, who he said was one of the victims listed in the warrant.
Josh said his sister was terrorized and robbed at gunpoint in her Clintonville driveway last week.
“He told her to sit on the ground and put her keys on the ground and said, ‘I don't want you to see where I'm going,’" Josh said.
Police said Josh's sister is one of more than a dozen women who were recently robbed in a week’s time by a masked man, and so far police have been able to link Agbor to two of them.
10TV was on the scene when Agbor was arrested last Monday night after police said he robbed a 52-year-old woman at gunpoint on Richards Road in Columbus.
Police said Agbor was also charged with aggravated robbery for a Sunday night robbery on West Second Avenue in Grandview Heights.
“It’s scary, you know you're at you're home where you're supposed to be safe and she wasn't," he said.
Police believe Agbor has committed at least twelve armed robberies.
Agbor is scheduled for arraignment on Monday.
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