An 18-year-old Philomath man faces multiple felony charges in connection to separate robberies at a Dollar Tree store, the Corvallis Police Department reported.

Isaac Timothy-Fitz Harris was arrested on felony charges of first-degree robbery, first-degree theft, first-degree attempted robbery, two counts of second-degree burglary and two counts of unlawful use of a weapon. He was also charged with two misdemeanor counts of menacing.

Corvallis Police responded at 10:08 p.m. April 14 to Dollar Tree at 2001 NW Circle Boulevard for a report of a suspicious person trespassing in the store’s stock room after closing.

“When the officers arrived, through a window they could see the male suspect crouching down near the office of the store where employees were currently performing closing procedures,” Corvallis Police reported. “Officers immediately made entry into the store and the suspect ran out the back door.”

Police said Harris was quickly captured and reported that a replica BB gun had been found outside the office in the area where the suspect had allegedly been crouching.

During the investigation, officers determined that Harris was the suspect from a similar incident that occurred March 4 at the same location.

“In the first incident, the suspect held employees at gunpoint for a time then got away before the police arrived with an undisclosed amount of money,” Corvallis Police said. “Officers were still investigating the March robbery when this incident occurred.”

Harris entered a not guilty plea last week during a Benton County Circuit Court appearance. Mike Flinn was appointed as counsel. Harris was released with conditions and is due back in court May 23.