Columbus Police looking for serial robber targeting UDF stores

Photos of suspect provided by Columbus Police

COLUMBUS, Ohio (10TV) - Columbus police are hoping someone will recognize a man responsible for several robberies.

Police believe the same man robbed three different United Dairy Farmers stores.

The first robbery happened on May 12 at a location on W. Broad Street. The other two hold-ups happened on June 18 and June 24, both at a location on Noe Bixby Road.

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In the most recent robbery, the man walked to the register and displayed a note demanding all of the money from the clerk. The clerk refused and the suspect ran out of the store.

The suspect is described as a light complected black man in his early 50s. He is 5'4"-5'6" and weighs 150-170 pounds. He walks with a slight limp.

Anyone with information on this crime or the identity of the suspect(s) is asked to contact Columbus Police Robbery Unit at (614) 645-4665 or to remain anonymous, contact Central Ohio Crime Stoppers at (614) 461-TIPS (8477).