Pistol-whipped employee says, ‘I just did what he wanted' as search for gunman continues

Police in Winter Garden and Orlando are searching for a man they are calling armed and dangerous.
The man committed a series of crimes that included robberies, a carjacking, a shooting at a Winter Garden ATM and pistol-whipping an employee at an Orlando Dunkin' Donuts, police said.
“It was scary. It was scary," Davis said. "I just did what he wanted."

ORLANDO, Fla. — Watch: Robber pistol-whips Dunkin Donuts' employee

On Easter Sunday, the same culprit shot a man at the Sun Trust ATM on West Colonial Drive near Vineland Road, investigators said. The man drove away and got help at a nearby Wawa.
After the shooting, the man forced a family out of their car at a Walgreens and stole their white Mitsubishi Outlander, which was later found torched near Carver Middle School, police said.

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"A loud sound like, ‘Crack.’ I thought it was fireworks. I looked back there and I see a car on fire," neighbor Dale Brown said.
The man’s crime spree also included a CVS robbery in Orlando.
"This gentleman is obviously dangerous," Winter Garden police Lt. Scott Allen said.
Police believe the man tried to change his appearance throughout the crime spree.
He ditched a pair of sunglasses and a shirt in Winter Garden and wore a stolen visor at the 7-Eleven.
The man who was shot is recovering at a hospital.
The Orlando Police Department released surveillance footage Tuesday afternoon of the man robbing a CVS Pharmacy at East Colonial Drive and North Mills Avenue.

Watch below: Orlando police release video of CVS robbery

The man is seen in the video withdrawing a gun from the waistband of his pants and pointing it at a cashier while he tried to remove cash from the register. He appears to then hit the cashier before running away, police said.
Investigators said they've received few tips from the public.
Anyone with information about the crime spree is asked to call Crimeline at 800-423-8477.