"Low Key Robber" suspected in Indianapolis theft
Police believe an Avon robbery suspect may have been behind even more crimes, including at least one in Indianapolis.
Eyewitness News has learned Jake Priscal may be responsible for even more holdups before his arrest earlier this week.
Avon Police arrested Priscal after a robbery at a pet store on US 36. Officers in the area at the time spotted him running from the business and found money and a plastic gun on him, according to court documents.
In addition to robberies in Avon and Brownsburg, Eyewitness News has learned that IMPD detectives suspect Priscal in an armed robbery Sunday afternoon on the south side of Indianapolis.
Police may also link him several other theft cases in Marion and Hendricks county.
During a video circuit hearing Wednesday, a judge set Priscal's bond at a half-million dollars. Police called Priscal the "Low Key Robber" because of his calm demeanor during the crime spree.