An alleged serial robber who has already hit convenience stores in West Deptford, Gloucester Township, Cherry Hill and and a bank in Washington Township allegedly attempted to rob two more convenience stores Thursday night, the Gloucester County Prosecutor's Office announced Friday.
The two unsuccessful robberies occurred at the CVS in Glassboro and a Dunkin' Donuts in Washington Township.
Police said the robber, apparently dressed in a gray, hooded sweatshirt under a tan jacket, similar to what he wore in the other incidents, brandished a knife and demanded cash at both the CVS and Dunkin' Donuts, but fled without taking anything at either store.
His alleged robbery spree kicked off at the Church Street 7-Eleven in Blackwood Feb. 9.
After robbing the TD Bank on Route 42 in Washington Township Feb. 10, the police theory goes that the suspect robbed the 7-Eleven store on Evesham Road in Gloucester Township's Glendora section that same night before robbing a 7-Eleven store in Cherry Hill and , Feb. 12.
Gloucester Township Police described the suspect as a white male who is between 30 and 40 years old, about 6 feet tall and between 170 and 190 pounds following Thursday's robbery in Blackwood. The man reportedly was wearing a dark gray sweatshirt, a baseball hat, dark pants and white sneakers when he robbed the Church Street 7-Eleven on Thursday night.
Anyone with information on the suspect is asked to contact police. The Glassboro Police Department can be reached at (856) 881-1500; information on that robbery should be directed to Det. Michael Powell. Gloucester Township Police can be contacted via police dispatch at 856-228-4500 or the township's crime tip line at 856-842-5560. have also put out a call for information on either the incident in West Deptford or the suspect in general; any tips can be directed to Det. Michael Pfeiffer at 856-853-4599 x163.