OAKLAND COUNTY (WJRT) (12/28/2017) - Police are looking for a man who might be responsible for robbing eight Subway restaurants in Southeast Michigan at gunpoint this month.
The Oakland County Sheriff's Office released surveillance video on Thursday from one of the robberies at a Subway in Pontiac.
The suspect dressed in all black clothing with a facemask can be seen entering the store calmly. He walks up to the cash register, points a gun at a clerk and threatens another employee who walked over with the gun before making off with about $100 in cash.
The sheriff's office believes the same suspect may have committed eight robberies and attempted a ninth from Dec. 8 to 24. No robberies have been reported since Christmas Eve.
Seven robberies occurred in Oakland County: two in Pontiac, two in Auburn Hills and three in Waterford Township. The others were reported in Livingston County's Hartland Township and in the city of Port Huron.
Anyone with information about the suspect is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-SPEAK-UP. The sheriff's office says a "large cash reward" is being offered and tipsters can remain totally anonymous.