Volusia County deputies are searching for the man they say robbed the same convenience store two days in a row.
Deputies said they were called to the Circle K on Elkcam Boulevard just after midnight on Monday, which is the same time they were called on Sunday morning for the first robbery.
The 27-year-old store clerk said that the same man who committed the previous robbery came into the store and demanded cash from a register on Monday, according to the report.
Deputies said the man ran out of the store, but returned moments later and demanded money from a different register. The clerk gave him the money from the other register and the man ran away, according to the report.
Deputies described the man as dark-skinned Hispanic, 5 feet 10 inches tall, 140 pounds with short black hair, thin eyebrows and a marking near his left eye. According to the report, the man was wearing a black hooded sweatshirt, a dark blue cloth covering his face and light colored underwear hanging out of his jeans.
Two men walked into the store prior to the robbery and deputies say they may be connected to the robberies.
Contact Volusia deputies if you have any information on the robberies.