Fort Worth police are searching for a man who robbed the Shell station at the corner of West Berry Street and University Drive Saturday, according to a crime bulletin from TCU Police.
The suspect is described as a black male with a slim build, about five feet ten inches tall. He was last seen covering his face with a surgical or dust mask, wearing a brown hoodie and walking toward Bowie Street.
No weapon was shown during the robbery, but the suspect “continued to pat the pocket of his hoodie as if something was in his pocket,” the bulletin stated.
According to the crime alert, the suspect demanded that the clerk give him all money in the store, and then the suspect proceeded to ask the clerk for his wallet.
TCU Police also noted in the crime bulletin that a suspicious persons report was filed at 5:49 Saturday morning. A TCU student who lives in the 2600 block of Boyd Avenue reported three unknown males and two unknown females entered into his backyard wearing white and black hoodies.
Another TCU student reported a similar incident in the 3800 block of Lambert Avenue, according to the crime bulletin. He said unknown suspects were hitting his windows and the side of his residence.
TCU Police do not know if the two incidents are related.
This is the first crime bulletin TCU Police has sent out this semester.