Police are looking for 31-year-old Michael Harrison in connection to robberies at Family Dollar, Tobacco Superstore and Dollar General.
Last Tuesday, Family Dollar employees say they were robbed at knifepoint, then ordered to go to the back of the store while he ran away. Last Friday a cashier and customer were robbed at gunpoint before being told to go to the back of the store, and a similar robbery was conducted Thursday night at Dollar General, according to police.
Detectives identified Harrison as the suspect after seeing surveillance video and getting positive identification from some of the victims.
Police say they believe Harrison is homeless and has been staying in or around hotels in the area.
He is to be considered armed and dangerous, so anyone who sees him is asked to call police immediately.
Anyone with information on Harrison's whereabouts is encouraged to call 935-STOP for a possible reward.