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Police investigate string of robberies

Police are looking for this man, who was caught on surveillance cameras during a robbery at the 7-Eleven Store on Cloverdale Drive in Woodbridge on April 19. Photos courtesy of PWC Police.
Prince William County Police offers responded to three robberies in a two day span.

On April 18 at 5:31 a.m., officers arrived at the IHOP in the Manassas Mall for a report of a man branishing a handgun and demanding money. The suspects fled the area on foot with money.

Later that day at 1:32 p.m., officers arrived at Metro PCS in Shoppers Square in Manassas. An employee said she was walking to her car, a black man approached her and put an arm around her neck. He took a bag of money before fleeing the area on foot.

On April 19 at 2:12 a.m., officers responded to the 7-Eleven on Cloverdale Drive, Woodbridge. An employee reported that a heavyset black man entered with a handgun and demanded money. He took cigarettes and money before fleeing on foot. A Police K9 was called to each location but unable to locate suspects.
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