Police look for suspect involved in a string of gas station robberies

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Right from the start, employees at a Shell gas station in Ann Arbor knew something was wrong.

Seconds later they figured out why.

"He came in, walking around. And had a mask up to his eyes and was walking around. It was 5 am so it was dark out," said Rachelle Ajrouch.  "He asked for change for a dollar. He tried to reach in but she shut the drawer and ran off."

This criminal is said to have been very busy last month. Police believe he started his crime spree of at least six gas stations in the area at this shell in Ann Arbor.

The crimes happened between March 2nd and March 16th.

On camera he can be seen parking a black Ford Focus behind his gas stations of choice. His actions should be familiar to Fox 2 viewers as well.

A clerk at a gas station in Dundee pulled a gun on the same suspect responsible for an Ann Arbor attempted robbery, police said.
Here in Milan the robber pulled a gun and demanded money. He did the same in Romulus, Pittsfield Township and Van Buren. 
Police say he is a white man in his 20s and is about 6 feet tall and should be considered armed and dangerous.

"We have HD cameras all over so we are going to get him next time,” Ajrouch said.