Worker points out similarities of UDF robberies to 911

Repeat robbery?

STONELICK TOWNSHIP, OH (FOX19) - For the second time this year the Clermont County Sheriff's Office is investigating a robbery at the United Dairy Farmers store in Stonelick Township.

Newly-released video shows an eerily similar scene from when the Williams Corner location was robbed back on March 31.

A masked man walks in wearing all black, points a gun at the cashier, and orders him to empty out the register.

According to a release from the Clermont County Sheriff's Office, the suspect is between 5'7 and 5'9 and weighs about 250 lbs.

Investigators hope you'll be able to recognize the man - if not by his stature, by his walk. \

The man also appears to be left-handed, as he carries the weapon in that hand during both robberies.

"It was a male wearing all black," the cashier said on a call with a 911 operator. "It looked like the exact same guy that robbed the store about, like, at the end of March."

The most recent incident happened July 8 just after 3 a.m.

During both robberies, the man is believed to have left the scene on foot. None of the employees were injured during the encounter and no customers were in the store. Anyone with information is asked to contact Detective Mike Robinson with the Clermont County Sheriff's Office at 513-732-7706.

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