“It does appear he’s getting more aggressive,” Sgt. N.J. Herndon of DeKalb County police said.
Police are hoping someone recognizes him from surveillance footage. Because most of the robberies have occurred in the Stone Mountain area, officers think he may live there.
“In some cases,” Herndon said, “he implies either he has a firearm, some cases we’ve seen him actually display a firearm.
“We definitely need to get him off the streets.”
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If Abrams wins in November, she will become the nation's first black female governor.