Police release photos of suspects accused of at least six holdups in Fort Worth area

Police released a photo of a man charged with multiple robberies in the Fort Worth area that began Sunday evening and ended early Monday.
Investigators assume that the robber has an accomplice.
Authorities believe the same man could be responsible for at least six robberies, including four in Fort Worth.
Investigators released photos of the suspects and a getaway vehicle in the hopes that someone would recognize them and notify the authorities. The images came from video cameras used to monitor stores.
A suspect is described as a white or Hispanic man with a mustache. He wore a gray hooded jacket with blue sleeves, black shorts, black socks, and white or gray tennis shoes.
The police do not have a description of the second suspect, but he can be seen in a getaway vehicle. This vehicle is a white Chevrolet pickup truck with an extended cab.
Detectives believe the series of raids began late Sunday in Willow Park and continued into Fort Worth and Benbrook into early Monday, according to KDFW-TV.
Details of the Willow Park and Benbrook robberies were not available on Tuesday.
The first heist in Fort Worth occurred shortly before 12:30 p.m. Monday at 7-Eleven at 9100 Camp Bowie W. Blvd. An armed man wearing a gray shirt over his face raided the store, according to a police call log.
At 1:15 a.m. on Monday, the 7-Eleven at 5400 S. Hulen St. was robbed by an armed man who took several items from the store, a police report said.
The robber hit the 7-Eleven on the 3601 West Freeway at 1:56 a.m. on Monday. A man entered the store with a gun cocked and asked for money, according to a police call log.
At 2:35 a.m. on Monday, a police report said a robbery took place at 7-Eleven at 6251 MCart Ave. reported.

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