ATLANTA - The Atlanta Police Department and Crime Stoppers Greater Atlanta are working to learn the identity of a serial robber.
On February 11, police responded to a robbery at a clothing store on Elizabeth Street. Store employees told officers a male suspect got into an altercation with a parking officer and left, but only to come right back to say employees accused him of stealing.
According to witnesses, the man brandished a black gun and took several clothes from racks.
Also on February 11, the suspect went to a store in the 3000 block of MLK Jr Drive and threatened to shoot multiple employees while he was attempted to steal a bag, according to police.
Then on February 12, went to the Modo404 store on Peachtree Road and went to the dressing room and put on over $5,000 worth of clothes and tried to walk out the store without paying before being stopped by an employee.
On February 13 police say the suspect was caught on camera stealing money from the Sheraton Hotel on Courtland Street.
The suspect is described as a black male, with a small afro, a goatee with tattoos on his neck. He is believed to be in his 20's and could possibly be driving a red sedan.
Anyone who gives police information that leads to an arrest is eligible for a $2,000 reward.