Jason Eddleman, 26, has been arrested after being suspected of robbing several stores in Colorado Springs while armed with a handgun.
Based on the violent nature and patterns of the robbery, authorities requested for Eddleman's bond to be increased.
During an video arraignment on Thursday Eddleman's bond was set at $500,000.
Eddleman is being charged with aggravated robbery, which is a class three felony.
Police are still looking for a second man believed to be involved in the robberies.
That person has been described as a Hispanic male, 20-30 years old, with short black hair.
Eddleman's arrest was made after police say the two men were involved in robberies of at least four local businesses including a Burger King, two 7-Elevens and Entertainmart.
Over the course of three days police say more than $600 in cash and more than $900 in smart phones were stolen.
Eddleman is due back in court on November 12.
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