Columbus Police are searching for a man wanted in three different robberies.
The 40 to 50-year-old man is accused of entering the Turkey Hill, 2685 N High Street, and stating he had a knife and would stab customers unless given money.
The store's assistant manager then called police.
Officers say the man left the store and went to the CVS, 5445 N High, and demanded money as well.
He then left with an unknown amount of cash.
Police say this is the same man who tried to rob the United Dairy Farmers, 327 E. Hudson Street, early Saturday morning.
He's accused of asking for cigarettes and as the cashier started the transaction, police say he showed a knife and demanded money. Officers say he then left the scene.
At the time of the attempted robbery at Turkey Hill, police say the man was wearing a white baseball hat, sunglasses, a blue jacket with plaid on the shoulders, jeans and brown shoes.
Anyone with information is requested to contact the Columbus Police Robbery Squad at 645-4665. You can also remain anonymous by calling Central Ohio Crime Stoppers at 614-461-TIPS(8477).
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