Cristian Baez, 25, allegedly went on a three-day holdup spree late last month, stealing cash from the stores' registers after threatening workers in two instances with a gun, cops said.
On June 25, Baez entered Isabel’s Laundry at 37-24 103rd St. at 2:55 a.m. and asked to be let into the store saying he wanted to wait for his mother inside, authorities said.
Then he went to the cash register, threatened to shoot the laundry worker and made off with $500 dollars, according to cops.
A surveillance video allegedly captured the incident, showing Baez wearing a brown shirt and blue jeans, cleaning out the cash register.
He also allegedly struck on June 24 at 94-23 Astoria Blvd. and on June 26 on 101-02 37th Ave.
It's not clear how much money he made off with.
Baez, who turned himself in at the 115th Precinct stationhouse on Saturday, has been charged with two counts of robbery in connection to the June 25 heist.
Nobody was injured.