Police: 'Serial' robber hits multiple victims on Indy's east side

INDIANAPOLIS - Authorities identified a man on Wednesday that they suspect was responsible for a string of armed robberies earlier in the week.

Police dispatchers warned there was a "serial" robber on the loose Tuesday morning on the east and southeast sides of Indianapolis. 

Indianapolis police (IMPD) said just before 7 a.m. that there was a man going around the east side of the city in a 2003 black Chevy Trailblazer and was using it to rob people.

Police said they caught two potential suspects in the area of Sloan Avenue and Minnesota Street on the southeast side. One of the men was released after victims said he was not the robber.

The remaining suspect was identified as 27-year-old Jeremy Kiser of Indianapolis.

Officials said Kiser went up to several people getting into their cars and robbed them at gunpoint.

Kiser was being held in the Marion County Jail on two formal charges of robbery with a $200,000 bond.

Below are the locations reported so far that have been robbed:

• 5900 block of Greenfield Avenue

• 5100 block of Atherton South Drive

• 3600 block of Fletcher Avenue

• 3619 block of Terrace Avenue

• 4300 block of Fletcher Avenue

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