BOSTON (WHDH) - The FBI asked for the public’s help Thursday in efforts to track down a person accused in connection with several armed robberies in Boston.
Authorities said the suspect has been linked to four commercial armed robberies in the Hyde Park and Mattapan areas, adding that he is considered armed and dangerous.
In each robbery, the FBI said the man showed “a distinct black handgun with a long barrel” and demanded money.
The FBI shared video from the most recent robbery at SK Convenience Store on River Street on Feb. 20, asking members of the public to watch and listen as they work to identify the person in the video.
The clerk at the SK Convenience later shared another video of another armed robbery that happened in August of last year.
The clerk told 7NEWS he was behind the register for both the August robbery and the February robbery, adding that he believes the same man was involved in both incidents.
The FBI did not confirm when and where the other three robberies it referenced in its announcement on Thursday took place. Officials have asked anyone with information to contact the FBI Boston Division’s Violent Crimes Task Force at 1-857-386-2000 or to reach out online via tips.fbi.gov.
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