Watch: Fort Worth Robbery Suspect Rips Register Off Counter

Police need help to ID man suspected of 4 robberies

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    Fort Worth police need help to identify and locate a man suspected of at least four robberies of fast food restaurants within the last month.

    Fort Worth police need help identifying and locating a man suspected of at least four robberies at North Texas fast food restaurants within the last month.

    According to police, the same man has committed robberies at the following locations:

    • July 5 - Wendy's 221 W. Seminary Blvd.
    • July 28 - Subway 1101 E. Seminary Blvd.
    • July 29 - Subway 6316 Meadowbrook Dr.
    • July 31 - Little Caesar's 6432 Meadowbrook Dr.

    Police released a security video from the Little Caesar's robbery that shows the suspect approaching the clerk, sliding her a note and then set about trying to wrestling and prying open the cash register after the clerk runs away.

    The note that the suspect passed to the clerk told her to "Keep quiet," to "Open the register" and that he had a gun, according to a manager at the store.

    The video shows the suspect wrestling with the register for nearly 30 seconds before he ultimately pries the drawer open just as the register flies off of the counter and crashes to the floor.

    A news release from the Fort Worth Police Department describes the suspect as a black male between 35 and 45 years old, approximately 5-foot, 9-inches to 5-foot, 11-inches tall and between 170 and 190 pounds with a bald head.