Detectives are searching for one half of an identical twin duo accused of responding to Craigslist ads and robbing the victims of the advertised goods.
Metro police have charged Korey Fencl, 18, who is currently locked up in Rutherford County, with six counts of aggravated robbery and one count of facilitating aggravated robbery.
Kyle Fencl, who is also named in three warrants charging him with aggravated robbery, is still on the loose.
Korey Fencl is expected to be booked in Nashville upon his release from Rutherford County.
The Fencl brothers are accused of meeting people in public places and robbing them after offering to either buy or sell items on Craigslist.
In an Aug. 18 case, Korey Fencl allegedly robbed a 22-year-old man in the parking lot of a Harding Place fast food restaurant after arranging to buy an iPhone.
In another case on Sept. 10, the twins allegedly robbed two people in a parking lot at Interstate 65 and Old Hickory Boulevard after meeting them to buy an iPhone.
The brothers are accused of other similar robberies on Bell Road, in Goodlettsville and in the driveway of north Nashville home, usually involving Apple products such as an iPhone, laptop or iPad.
Police urge anyone seeing Kyle Fencl or knowing his whereabouts to contact South Precinct Investigations at 862-7763 or Crime Stoppers at 74-CRIME.