On Saturday, March 12, three gas stations were robbed in Michigan; one in Milan, one in Pittsfield Township, and one in Dundee. According to news reports, it seems that one man committed all three robberies.
As of Wednesday police were still searching for the suspect, described as a white male wearing a hoodie pulled over his head, a black jacket, and white bandana over his face. He is believed to be 5′ 10″ to 6 feet tall.
The first robbery occurred just after 6 a.m. at the BP station in Dundee, where the suspect demanded cash but the station clerk drew a gun, causing the suspect to flee.