WACO, TX — Waco police are investigating several robberies that occurred in Waco Saturday evening.
Police responded to a robbery around 8:45 pm Saturday at 1402 N 34th St where a clerk was held at gun point.
During the robbery, the suspect entered the store, demanded money while pointing a gun at the clerk, and then quickly fled the store.
The suspect was wearing all black with a black mask, according to police.
No injuries were reported as a result of the robbery but cash was taken during the robbery.
This case is under investigation and no other details are available at this time.
Waco Police are also investigating over night robberies at 2 stores on N Valley Mills Dr.
The first robbery was at the Popeye’s Chicken at 420 N Valley Mills Dr. and the second was at Kentucky Fried Chicken at 1030 N Valley Mills Dr.
In both burglaries, the suspects broke out the glass front doors of the business with the intent of stealing from the store, police said.
While investigating these burglaries, officers learned that similar crimes happened to the same stores in Temple.
This case is also under investigation and no other details are available at this time.