Odessa Police Searching for Robbery Suspects After Four Armed Robberies in Two Days

Staff Report
NewsWest 9

ODESSA - Odessa Police need your helping finding the crooks behind four armed robberies over the last few days.

The first robbery happened on Monday night at 11 p.m.

Two women were making a night drop at the ATM at the Prosperity Bank on East 42nd Street.

One of the women noticed a man walking toward them.

They jumped in their car and that's when the man fired several shots at them.

30 minutes later, workers at the Pizza Hut on West University were held at gunpoint by a man who came through the back door.

They didn't have access to the cash so he stole their cell phones.

A few hours later, a man robbed the 7-11 on East 52nd Street.

Police say a man came in, pointed a gun at the clerk, demanded cash and took off with the money.

Later on Tuesday night, a woman says she was robbed by a man at gunpoint while she was making a deposit at the Wells Fargo on JBS Parkway.

Police are trying to find out if any of these crimes are related.

If you have information, call Odessa CrimeStoppers at 333-TIPS.