BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Police are investigating a series of armed robberies.

The FBI says a man seen in surveillance photos has held up more than a dozen stores in the Baltimore metro area–some of them twice–since the beginning of August.

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Included are Radio Shack stores at Sinclair Lane, Boston Street Harford Road and W. 41st Street in Baltimore, a CVS store on Bel Air Road in Baltimore, a Gamestop store on Sinclair Lane in Baltimore, Petco stores at York Road in Towson and Harford Road in Baltimore, Earth Origin on Reisterstown Road in Baltimore County and the Movie Stop on Putty Hill Avenue in Towson.

Investigators say in many of the incidents the man approached the register, bought an item and then pulled out a gun from his waistband and demanded money.

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He’s described as a black man in his late 30s or early 40s, about 6’2″ with a medium to stocky build and graying hair and goatee.

Anyone with information is urged to contact the Baltimore division of the FBI.

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