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'Frankenstein' Reponsible for Robberies, Police Say

By AP/KWMU

St. Louis, MO – Authorities say a man in a Frankenstein mask is responsible for six recent holdups in Eastern Missouri.

Since allegedly robbing in Cape Girardeau right before Halloween, he's suspected in holdups of supermarkets and pizza shops from Sullivan to Pacific.

The latest robbery was at the supermarket in Warrenton, west of St. Louis.

The suspect is described as being five-feet-nine to six feet tall, with dark hair. He weighs between 215 and 220 pounds and may be driving a newer model, green Oldsmobile.

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