Hunter David Havisto is suspected of a noontime robbery Thursday, June 10, at Mister Money payday lending store and pawnshop; a late Wednesday afternoon, June 9, robbery at an M&H convenience store; and robberies Tuesday, June 8, at a Walmart and a Casey’s General Store.
The final chase began after the robbery at Mister Money on 33rd Street South when police say Havisto fled in a stolen vehicle after escaping with an undisclosed amount of money and pointing a handgun in the face of one of the employees.
Police initially reported the crime as an attempted robbery.
Dash camera video shows someone running out of the front of the store and driving away in a vehicle. The employee then emerges from the store entrance and appears to fire a handgun at the vehicle as it drives away. Havisto is accused of stealing the vehicle from a Kum & Go convenience store before the Mister Money robbery.
The Fargo Police Department is still investigating the four robberies and reviewing the pawn employee’s use of a firearm, Sgt. Michael Bernier