Man charged with four Lansing business robberies

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Jamal White | Lansing police

A 25-year-old man has been charged with robbing Dunkin Donuts and Subway locations two times each in south suburban Lansing.

Jamal White, of Dolton, faces four counts of aggravated robbery, according to a statement from Lansing police.

He was arrested May 15 in Oak Forest during a robbery, which was found to be similar to several robberies in Lansing, police said.

White was eventually identified as the man who, since February, committed two robberies at the Dunkin Donuts at 17733 Torrence Ave., and who also twice robbed the Subway at 17749 Torrence Ave., police said. During the four robberies, White wore a hooded sweatshirt with a mask over his face and carried a backpack.

He provided a statement indicating his role in each of the robberies, police said. He is also facing additional charges from multiple agencies for other robberies.

Surveillance photos of the man who robbed Dunkin Donuts and Subway restaurants in Lansing. | Lansing police

Surveillance photos of the man who robbed Dunkin Donuts and Subway restaurants in Lansing. | Lansing police

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