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Surveillance pictures of the man wanted in connection with the robbery of several CVS Pharmacies. (credit: Dallas Police)

Surveillance pictures of the man wanted in connection with the robbery of several CVS Pharmacies. (credit: Dallas Police)

DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – Dallas police are asking for the public’s help in identifying and locating a man involved in Friday’s robberies of two CVS Pharmacy stores. The first robbery happened at the CVS at 14041 Noel Road right before 7 a.m. The same suspect then robbed another CVS located at 9390 Forest Lane twenty minutes later. He is a thin man in his 20s, has short dark hair and wore sunglasses and a dark sweatshirt with the letter “D” on the front during the robbery. He not only pointed his gun at cashiers while demanding money, but also pointed it at customers in the store. He left the scene in a light blue older model 4 door Buick.

Watch the robbery caught on surveillance tape here.

Anyone with information regarding this offense or the suspect, please call Detective Valdez of the Crimes Against Persons Division at (214) 671-3623 or if you wish to remain anonymous contact crime stoppers at 214-373-TIPS.

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