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Pueblo police say they're looking for a masked man who they believe has hit multiple stores in the past few days.
Surveillance video from Adolfo's Mexican Food shows a robber point a gun at a store employee. The employee throws Styrofoam to-go containers at the crook. The crook grabs the entire cash register and leaves the store.
Police say the same robber also hit Pueblo Records and Tapes on December 30. He used a machete to get cash from the clerk. On January 2, police believe the same person robbed Smoker Friendly on Pueblo Boulevard with a handgun.
Police are also working to see if the same robber is responsible for a robbery at a Subway on the city's east side off of Troy Avenue.
If you know anything about the robberies, call Pueblo Crime Stoppers at 719-542-STOP.
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