Police released a photo from surveillance video of the man they believe is responsible for 20 convenience store robberies across Tarrant County.
A convenience store robber suspected of almost 20 holdups in Tarrant County continued his crime spree over the weekend by hitting a Hurst store, police said Monday.
The gunman, who wears a white baseball cap during the holdups, took an undisclosed amount of money from the convenience store Sunday night.
Hurst police believe the weekend holdup was the gunman's third in their city.
Fort Worth police have said that the same man could be responsible for as many as 15 robberies in their city and that each time he was armed with a gun.
Bedford police said the bandit is a suspect in one holdup there.
The one-man crime wave began about nine weeks ago, with the gunman always targeting area convenience stores.
"He's doing the same thing, again and again," Hurst police Sgt. Craig Teague said Monday.
Authorities have released the photograph above in an attempt to identify the man.
Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 817-469-8477.