Maybe I’m just noticing more today, but it seems to me there is a much greater police presence in the retail corridors of the city, at least the ones I’ve been through. This would, I assume, be in response to the one-man crime wave hitting the city. (Robber-man hit again this morning, story here.)
I wonder though, is too much police visibility going cause this guy to lay low for a while? Or is deterrence the main idea here while detectives look for the perp? I guess it would be best to catch him before he holds up someone else. Who knows, this guy seems to have a pair of brass ones and seems unconcerned and undeterred by the fact that he’s Springfield’s most wanted. Let’s hope he makes a mistake before someone else gets hurt.
Update: Robber-man struck again this afternoon at Walko Music on South Second Street. Slow down, dude, leave some money for the rest of us.