Ottawa Police have charged three people in connection with a series of robberies over the past week and a half.
In each case between April 18th and the 25th, two suspects armed with either a knife or a hand gun entered a convenience store or gas station and demanded cash.
In most cases they fled with cash, cigarettes and lottery tickets.
The robberies took place in the Glebe, Old Ottawa South, Sawmill Creek and Riverside South areas.
Ryan Dumont, 29, Tabitha Poulin, 29, and Shannon Field, 28, have each been charged with robbery, conspiracy to commit an indictable offence and posession of a dangerous weapon among other charges.
Police say they are still looking for one more suspect in this case.
A description of the man is not available.