Fort Worth Police Looking For Serial Robber


FORT WORTH (1080 KRLD) - Police in Fort Worth are asking for your help in find a serial robber.

"We're looking for this suspect who is threatening employees with a knife and demanding money from the cash register," says Fort Worth Police Officer Daniel Segura.

In the course of the last two months, the man is believed to be responsible for six robberies at grocery stores in Fort Worth and the vicinity.

Ofc. Segura says the spree started om August 4th with a robbery at a Brookshires store in Willow Park.

The same man robbed a Kroger store on Camp Bowie West Blvd. in Fort Worth later that same day.

"We had another one that is a suspect on that happened September 6, September 10, September 15, and so on," says Ofc. Segura.

The most recent robbery happened last Wednesday at a Kroger store on South University Drive in Fort Worth..

"I don't believe anyone has been injured; however, we know that the possibility of someone being injured is there," Ofc. Segura says. "This suspect is threatening with harm to the employees and possible clients or store attendees."

The robber is between 45 and 60 years old, about 5'10" tall and weighs about 170 lbs.

In each robbery, he was wearing black glasses, a medical face mask, a baseball bat and a black watch.

The robber is believed to be driving a mid-2000s silver Kia Spectra, with plates that may have been changed between robberies.

Anyone with information is asked to call Fort Worth Police at 817-392-4377.