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Caught On Camera: Serial Robber, Do You Know Him?

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FRESNO, Calif. (KMPH) -

Police say a serial robber is targeting stores in Fresno and is getting away with hundreds in cash.

Monday afternoon, cameras caught a crook walking up to the counter and ordering some ice cream.

The man waited for the girl to serve it, and then the coward shows his gun.

Sara Teran first thought he was showing her his belly, and then she saw the weapon.

Sara Teran says, "Then he was just getting aggressive like open the register now, and then said a bad word. I just started shaking and said okay, okay just calm down."

Last month, police say the same crook hit the Star Mart store in southwest Fresno.

Surveillance video shows him aggressively jumping over the counter pushing the woman clerk out of the way.

From local business owners to consumers just about everyone agrees what these crooks have to realize, every time they steal from a locally own business it effects everyone because expenses are still there like rent and salaries.

Shopper Tony Souza says, "Especially when everyone is working so hard right now trying to stretch a dollar, it makes prices go up for the rest of us. It just doesn't seem fair."

Sara Teran says she works hard for her family and has this message for the bandit.

Sara says, "Get a job, he's so young, at least do something. Everyone work hard and its easy way."

If you know who this serial robber is police hope you'll give them a call.

You can leave an anonymous tip by calling Crimestoppers at (559) 498-STOP.

Remember - your tip could earn you some big-time cash for his arrest.

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