Police looking for armed robbery suspect
Web Producer: Marissa Pasquet
Tucson police are looking for a man they consider armed and dangerous. Authorities need the public's help identifying the suspect.
Authorities say the man is responsible for at least 10 armed robberies since December of 2010, mostly on the south side of Tucson.
The press release from the Tucson Police Department states the suspect has used a handgun in the robberies and has pointed the gun at victims in each case. They also say the suspect is getting more aggressive with each robbery.
Authorities say the suspect is a Hispanic male, 35 to 45 years of age, approximately 5'11' to 6'2" tall, 250 pounds and has robbed several Family Dollar store locations, in addition to other retail businesses and at least one fast-food establishment.
The Tucson Police Department urges anyone with information about the pictured subject to call 911 or 88-CRIME.