Fort Worth Police Need Your Help In Finding Pair Of Serial Robbers

Andrew Greenstein
January 22, 2020 - 4:16 pm
Fort Worth Police

Kristin Weisell


UPDATE: 1/28/2020 (3:00 p.m.): Police have released an image of the vehicle they believe was used in the robberies. The vehicle is described as a black or blue Audi A4 convertible with a black top. 

FORT WORTH (1080 KRLD) - Fort Worth Police need your help in taking a pair of serial robbers off the streets.

The two men pulled off seven robberies Monday evening.

"All these robberies occurred in a three-hour time span between 4:00 and approximately 7:00," says Robbery Det. Brian Raynsford. "The robberies started in far north Tarrant County and moved into Fort Worth, during which there were seven convenience stores robbed, six of which are in Fort Worth."

Raynsford says as violent as these robbers have been, it's imperative that they are found very quickly.

"They placed the gun very close to the victim’s face or head area, and they're very forceful in their demands.," says Raynsford. "We've been extremely fortunate in that nobody had been hurt up to this point."

Investigators say the two robbers are both black men in their late teens to early 20s.

"Both approximately about six feet tall," Raynsford says. "One was wearing a pink colored hoodie and light-colored jeans. The other one was dressed in a dark-colored hoodie, dark-colored pants with a white stripe and shoes."

If you have any information, call Fort Worth Police at 817-392-4469.