WESTWOOD, OH (FOX19) - One man is considered the sole suspect in three aggravated robberies at a BP gas station in Westwood, according to Cincinnati police.
District 3 officers released video of the three incidents at the Harrison Avenue business and hope someone will recognize the suspect.
He is described as a light-skinned black man with a deep voice who is 6'3 and weighs 140 to 160 pounds.
The first robbery was reported Feb. 17. Three months later, on May 23, surveillance video showed the man entering the business.
The most recent incident occurred July 29.
The suspect didn't fire his gun in any of the incidents, according to police, and it doesn't appear any employees were hurt.
In each robbery, the suspect ran out the front door and across Harrison Avenue before jumping a chain-link fence near the old Friendly's Market.
Police said when they catch up with the suspect and charge him, he could serve jail time and be ordered to pay serious fines.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Cincinnati Police District 3 Detective Ken Hall.
Tips can also be submitted to Crime Stoppers: 513-352-3040.