Do You Know This Guy? Police Looking For Augusta Robbery Suspect
Police in Augusta are asking for help locating a person they believe had something to do with a pharmacy robbery on Friday morning.
According to Augusta Deputy Police Chief, Kevin D. Lully, officers received a call from the CVS Pharmacy at 24 Stone Street in Augusta at around 9:30 AM.
"According to the caller, an unidentified male suspect entered the store, demanded an undisclosed amount of drugs. There were no injuries reported as a result of this robbery, and there was no weapon displayed. The suspect is described as white male, approximately 5’10” - 6’00”, 160-200 lbs., light gray sweatshirt, sneakers, and jeans. "
Deputy Chief Lully says before authorities arrived, the man in question left the store on foot and disappeared.
If you recognize this person, the folks at the Augusta Police Department would like to hear from you.
You can contact the Department's Criminal Investigations Bureau by calling (207) 626-2370 and dialing extension 3418.
If you'd like to make an anonymous tip, they have an app for that. You can download the free “Tip411, Augusta Maine Police” app online and send any information you may have to share, discreetly.
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