Milwaukee Police need your help finding this armed robbery suspect

In that case, at least two armed suspects robbed the business.

He demanded money but left with just cigarettes.

It follows five previous similar incidents at shops in the city. They barged in when her mother opened the door.

Bryda said as the robbery was being broadcast over police radio, a University of DE police officer who was in the area, heard the call and observed a subject sprinting on foot away from the area of the KFC.

According to Charlotte-Mecklenburg police, a man told officers that he was working in a yard of a home on Elderbank Drive on March 16 when he was robbed.

The suspect, who wore a dark-colored, hooded sweatshirt, was caught on camera, with part of his face exposed beneath the sweatshirt's hood. A white male, whom police described as approximately 6-feet, 3-inches tall and wearing a black bandana, entered the store and displayed a handgun.

He was wearing a blue hooded MI sweatshirt with yellow on the inside of the hood, a dark hat, black gloves, a red t-shirt and blue jeans at the time of the April 6 robbery.

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April 4 in the Sixth District, at the intersection of Prytania and Josephine Streets, at about 12:40 a.m. The investigation also revealed a vehicle of interest associated to the robbery.

The robbers attacked Union Bank, Eco Bank, Guarantee Trust Bank, First Bank, Zenith Bank and Ibolo Micro Finance Bank, and escaped with an undisclosed amount of money.

When challenged the man pulled out a knife.

The man was last seen headed south on Madison Avenue.

Police were called about the incident at 7.25am.

  • Leroy Wright