East Pennsboro Township Police released more details about two robberies that occurred Sunday.
Police said they could be connected to two robberies on Monday that were being investigated by State Police at Carlisle and Silver Spring Township Police.
East Pennsboro police said one of the Sunday robberies occurred about 10:40 p.m. at Exxon at 630 S. Enola Road. In a similar incident to the two Monday robberies described by State Police, the man on Sunday entered the store and handed the clerk a note demanding money. He then fled in a small, silver SUV.
State Police said they believe the vehicle is similar to a Hyundai Tucson, made between 2010 and 2015.
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The other Sunday robbery occurred shortly after the first. A man who entered the Gulf Station at 1 Erford Road about 10:45 p.m. also had a note demanding money, according to East Pennsboro police.
Police said the man is also linked to Monday’s robberies, one early in the morning in Silver Spring Township and the other later that day in South Middleton Township.
State Police said the man likely waited for customers to leave the South Middleton Township store before approaching the clerk.
The robber is white, in his 40s, with short-trimmed hair; he is clean shaven and appears to be balding, according to State Police. He was wearing sunglasses, a gray T-shirt, green khaki shorts and black shoes.
A number of police agencies are investigating the robberies. Those with information can contact State Police at 717-249-2121, East Pennsboro police at 717-732-3633 or Silver Spring Township Police at 717-591-8240.