Police need your help identifying the men they say robbed an Oxford Circle Wawa three different times.
For the third time in less than two months, creepy masked men have robbed the same Wawa.
Police are trying to figure out if they're related, but they need your help identifying the suspects.
In October, two armed men entered the store demanding money. The masked man went behind the counter and forced an employee to open the registers while the other suspect kept watch, according to Philadelphia Police.
Suspect one is roughly 5'8" and was wearing a skull mask, dark hoodie, khakis, Timberland boots and gloves at the time of the robbery.
The unmasked suspect is described as a black male, 5'5"-5'6". He was wearing a dark hoodie, shoes, gloves and a blue scarve he used to cover the bottom portion of his face.
On November 4, an armed man wearing a skeleton mask entered the Bustleton Ave. Wawa just before 3:30 a.m. Police say he ordered an employee to put money inside a black backpack before fleeing the scene.
The third incident took place on November 21 also around 3:30 a.m. This time, the armed man was wearing a "Scream mask" when he directed an employee to open and empty the registers, according to officials.
Police say this masked man was 20 to 30 years old and 6' - 6'2"
Anyone with information on any of the robberies is urgered to call Philadelphia Police. All tips can remain anonymous.