A robbery at a Bowling Green check cashing service has police looking into the possibility of its connection to a string of other robberies.
The manager of "Hometown Check Advance" on the 31-W Bypass says an armed man entered the store with a bandanna over his face.
The manager Debbie Mann says, "He came in and walked straight up to me and handed me a paper bag, and wanted my money, and so I opened the drawer and put the money in there."
The suspect is described as a tall, skinny man wearing a hooded sweatshirt and a blue and white bandanna.
A witness also said the suspect got away in a blue pick-up.
Police are now looking into the possibility the same person robbed "Payday USA Cash Advance" also on the bypass back in February.
If you know anything about these armed robberies you are urged to call Crime Stoppers at 781-CLUE.
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