Nanaimo RCMP is looking for a man believed to be responsible for three gas stations being robbed overnight.
Investigators say no one was injured and no weapons were used. An undisclosed amount of cash taken in each incident.
RCMP say video surveillance from each location provided a description of the suspect as being a 45-to-55-year-old white man with a bushy moustache.
The suspect was wearing a dark baseball cap, a white t-shirt, cutoff jeans and glasses.
The first robbery took place at 11 p.m. Tuesday night at the Chevron station in the 200-block of Terminal Avenue where witnesses told officers a man entered the store and demanded cash.
He then left after the clerk handed over the money.
Then at 1 a.m. Wednesday, the Shell gas station in the 100-block of Nicol Street was robbed under similar circumstances when a man allegedly demanded cash and then left the store after receiving it.
The third robbery took place at 3:30 a.m. at the 7-11 in the 400-block of Terminal Ave.
Like the first two incidents, police say only cash was taken and no weapon was produced.
The suspect has not been located.
The same man is also suspected in the theft of tools Wednesday morning around 9 a.m. off the front yard of a home in the 1400-block of Waddington Avenue.
The homeowner said a dark Volkswagen pulled into her driveway, then a man and a woman got out and allegedly took her tools before taking off in the same vehicle.
Nanaimo RCMP is asking anyone with information about the incidents or who can identify the suspects to call police or Crime Stoppers.