ODESSA, TX (KWES) - Odessa Police need your help finding a robber who went on a crime spree. He's suspected of holding up four different convenience stores in a span of three days.
"He was wearing a green bandana, white tank top and he has a distinctive tattoo on his left shoulder," said Steve LeSueur with Odessa Police.
The robber made his first target the Valero on Grandview and 8th Sunday night. Police say this was tag-team effort. Two of the persons of interest went to scope the place out before giving their friend the go ahead.
"At this time, there are also two persons of interest, the white male and white female. You can clearly see them on the video," LeSueur said.
On Monday night, the robber headed over to the 7-11 on North Dixie. He walked in and the clerk walks right past him not noticing his semi-automatic firearm he carried by his waist. After the criminal explains to him that a robbery is in progress, the clerk walks to the register to withdraw cash until another customer comes to the door. The criminal motions the customer in and leaves the 7-11.
"The main suspect is described as a Hispanic male, approximately 5'7" to 5' 10", approximately 240 to 300 pounds, late 20's or early 30's," said LeSueur.
His next stop was at the 7-11 on 42nd and Dixie early Wednesday morning where he made off with an undisclosed amount of cash and then to the Kent Kwik on 42nd and Grandview. Police say the robber is driving a silver Nissan Altima with a moon roof. He is considered armed and dangerous.