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Sketch released of Pittsfield Twp. robbery-shooting suspect

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A police sketch depicts a man suspected in a robbery-shooting in Pittsfield Township. A police sketch depicts a man suspected in a robbery-shooting in Pittsfield Township.
PITTSFIELD TOWNSHIP, Mich. (WJBK) -

A sketch (pictured left) depicts a man wanted by police.  They say last Friday he shot a woman in the head during a robbery at the Golfside Lake apartment complex in Pittsfield Township.

The woman is expected to survive and gave police a description of the suspect.  She said he had a head that is abnormally large and oddly shaped with a furrowed brow.

Monday, police heavily patrolled the area.  They are warning bus riders to be careful.  The suspect was spotted at an AATA bus stop near the apartment complex just before the crime.

Over the weekend, Ann Arbor police conducted a K-9 search.  The Washtenaw County Sheriff's Department also joined the investigation.

Police now confirm the suspect could be linked to at least one other robbery-shooting in Washtenaw County.

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