Toledo duo confess to week long robbery spree

Surveillance video at the Family Video, taken Monday, shows one of the suspects before the robbery.

A pair of men accused of robbing at least 6 Toledo businesses are in custody.

Toledo Police say 32-year-old Anthony Fesh and 25-year-old Dustin Werner were arrested Friday afternoon.

The pair was taken into custody at a Kroger parking lot near the intersection of Monroe and Secor.

Investigators believe the two had robbed the


, a frozen yogurt store, on Talmadge shortly before they were apprehended.

Apricato is the 6th Toledo business to be victimized by the duo since Monday, according to Toledo Police.

Authorities say while the men were being questioned, they confessed to all the robberies and were booked into the Lucas County Jail on numerous counts of robbery.

Their spree began on Monday at the Family Video on Dorr Street, where one of the suspects was caught on surveillance video.

PHOTO: Man doesn't hide his face in Family Video robbery

The pair would then rob a UPS on Executive Pkwy and two Tan Pro's, one on Laskey and the other on Secor, 48 hours after the 1st crime.

The following day, the pair was robbed a Dairy Queen on Monroe.

Authorities say the suspects consistently used a note to demand money from the businesses that were victimized.