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A $500 reward is up for grabs in the case of a repeat armed robber in Mt. Pleasant.
The Mt. Pleasant Police Department has been fielding tips and leads from many sources and says officers are following up on every one of them.
The suspect is described as a Hispanic, white or possibly Native American man between 5'7" and 5'9" with a thin build.
Police believe he's responsible for five robberies - the latest happening Monday afternoon in the area of Mission and Broadway streets at a Cash Advanced store. Investigators say the man used a black handgun while committing the crime.
People are asked to contact the MPPD with any information regarding these incidents, or if they see suspicious people or vehicles, by calling Central Dispatch at 989-773-1000 or the Mt. Pleasant Tip Line at 989-779-9111.
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Wednesday, February 20 2013, 09:22 AM EST
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