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Fort Worth police are trying to identify a robber who warned clerk ‘not to scream’

Fort Worth police are looking for a man who allegedly robbed a cash checking store using a threatening note.
Fort Worth police are looking for a man who allegedly robbed a cash checking store using a threatening note. Fort Worth Police Department

Fort Worth police are looking for a man who allegedly robbed a cash checking store using a threatening note last month.

The man handed the clerk a note that demanded cash and said “not to scream if you don’t want anything to happen to anybody.”

He left the store with cash and got into a white, four-door sedan, which was driven by an accomplice, police said.

The robbery happened on Sept. 11 at Check Into Cash, 4200 South Freeway, but Fort Worth police released photos of the man on Monday. They asked for the public’s help identifying the man.

Police think he has committed other robberies in surrounding cities.

He is a black man about 5 feet 2 inches tall between 20 and 25 years old and weighs between 135 and 155 pounds, police say. During the Fort Worth robbery, he wore a plaid shirt, black boots, a black hat and sunglasses.

The driver of the vehicle was a white woman between 20 and 25 years old.

Anyone with information is asked to call 817-392-4378.

Nichole Manna: 817-390-7684, @NicholeManna

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