He's not afraid to rob a commuter or a popular mall store. Now police want to find him and get him off the street.
It was a busy Memorial Day weekend for the suspect who did hold up the Macy's at Perimeter Mall and, most likely held up a person at the Dunwoody MARTA station a short time earlier.
"Our victim in that situation was slightly confused, due to a medical condition," says Dunwoody Police Officer Timothy Fecht, "But the description he gave is very similar to the male that completed the robbery at the Macy's."
It was Saturday night, about 8:45, when police received the armed robbery call.
Fecht tells WSB minutes after the MARTA hold up the man walked into the store, went to a clothing counter, and handed the teller a note claiming that he had a gun.
"She did what she was supposed to do and cooperated with the robber," says Fecht.
The suspect left the counter with $999.97, walked through the furniture section of the store and exited, on foot, through the doors leading to Hammond Drive.
The suspect never showed a gun, but Fecht says they are treating him as being armed and dangerous.
The robber is a white man, between 20 and 25 years old, about 150 to 160 pounds. He has a thin, chin strap beard and a tattoo on the right side of his ne k, near his ear.