Suspect on violent crime spree wanted

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Deputies are hoping surveillance video helps them put an end to the violent rampage of one man on crime spree.

Investigators say that the suspect went on a 24-hour terror spree, with the most recent crime committed right outside of Carver Middle School. This is where the suspect ditched one of the cars that he carjacked and set it on fire. 

The crime spree started at Dunkin Donuts in Downtown, where a clerk was pistol whipped repeatedly during a weekend robbery. Less than 24 hours later, police believe the same man was at it again, shooting a victim at the drive-thru ATM of a Winter Garden SunTrust. 

After failing to steal the vehicle of the victim in the drive-thru, the suspect went to a Walgreens, where he carjacked a father's vehicle as he was waiting for his wife and daughter to exit the store. The suspect took his vehicle and fled the city.

Police have released surveillance pictures of the suspect. He is seen wearing his last victim's visor and trying to use a credit card that the found in the vehicle he carjacked. When it did not work, he ran next door and robbed the CVS at Mills and Colonial.

Trying to cover his tracks, police say the suspect torched the stolen getaway car in front of Carver Middle School.

Police want to catch the suspect before he has the opportunity to strike again. If you think you might recognize him, please call police immediately.