While police were investing one robbery, reports of the other broke out.

Sunday afternoon was busy for police in Manchester. According to WMUR News 9, they are in search of a man who reportedly robbed two convenience stores inside a short amount of time. At 5:57 p.m., they received a 911 call from Mr. Market, at 297 Spruce St. There was an attempted robbery at the store, according to the person who called it in, and that the man was chased out by another man in the store. He reportedly fled the store on foot. The man was described as wearing all black with a black hood covering his face.

A person who fit the same description was later reported during another robbery. In fact, while officers were investigating the attempted robbery at Mr. Market, a second 911 call was received from Maple Street Market, located at 326 Maple St. This is less than a half mile away.  The clerk said a man entered the store and pointed a handgun at him, at which point the clerk ducked out of sight behind the counter. Then, the man reportedly fled the store on foot.

According to WMUR News 9, A K-9 track was conducted but was unsuccessful. Police continue to investigate.