Police say a suspected serial thief who targets Wal-mart cash registers has apparently struck at the Dickson store. Dickson Police Department Detective James Eubank said a suspect seen on security video prying open two cash registers Sunday evening matches the description of a man who is wanted in connection with similar thefts at stores all over the southeastern United States. According to a report by Patrolman Rob Peeler, a heavy-set, white male wearing glasses walked behind the counter in the automotive section of the Wal-mart on Beasley Drive around 7:20 pm Sunday and used a crow bar to pry open both cash registers, stealing over $1,200. The suspect was seen leaving the store in a silver or gray four-door car with tinted windows, believed to possibly be a Toyota Camry. Eubank said the suspect, car and method of operation match several other reported thefts. The detective says the first case reported regionally happened in Shelby County and the same suspect is believed to have hit the Wal-mart in Nolensville recently. Eubank says the suspect goes to a closed cash register in a secluded part of the store and uses a crow bar or other tool to pry open the register drawer, then takes the cash, normally leaving behind the one- and five-dollar bills. Police are still working on obtaining photographs of the suspect and his car from security video and will release them as soon as possible. Anyone with information on the case is asked to call the Criminal Investigations Division at 441-9592 or the anonymous tipline at 441-9555.