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Police Seek Man Wanted In Connection To Armed Robberies In Loudoun County

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Police are searching for this man, accused of taking part in four armed robberies.

Police in Loudoun County are looking for a man they believe is involved in four armed robberies in the Sterling area.

Police say a man has been approaching women while they are alone before brandishing a firearm and demanding their wallets.

Investigators say in two of the four cases the robber asked the woman to take off a jacket or some of her clothes.

Two of the robberies have happened in the past week at the Remington Apartments on Stanford square.

Investigators believe these incidents may be related to two armed robberies the occurred back in December.

Police have released a composite sketch of the suspect and are are asking anyone with information to give them a call. They say he stands about 5'8", has a medium build and may be driving a small red or burgundy vehicle.


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