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Police Searching For Man Who Robbed Two Metro Aldi Stores

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Twice now in the past month, a man has made off with a large amount of cash after robbing two metro grocery stores. Twice now in the past month, a man has made off with a large amount of cash after robbing two metro grocery stores.
MOORE, Oklahoma -

Twice now in the past month, a man has made off with a large amount of cash after robbing two metro grocery stores.

Police say there's a good chance he will strike again.

The man walked into an Aldi grocery store Wednesday night, appearing to be a typical shopper. He even walked to the back of the store to pick up a carton of eggs before making his move.

“He waits until the customers leave so it appears he's the only person in there. There are two more employees in the back,” said Sgt. Jeremy Lewis, Moore Police.

Once at the cash register, he grabbed the female clerk and demanded cash from the register. The surveillance video caught the crook pulling out the bills, before leaving with the money and the eggs.

Police in Norman say this crime is nearly identical to an August 3 robbery at another Aldi store.

“He's done this twice. Normally they don't stop until they are caught,” said Sgt. Lewis.

Police in Moore say they are looking for a white male about 5'4" with a scruffy beard.

If you recognize him from the video you're asked to call police. Crime Stoppers is offering a reward up to a $1,000 for anyone with information.

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