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CVS pharmacy on Johns Island robbed for prescription drugs

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These images are of the suspects involved with the robbery at the CVS. These images are of the suspects involved with the robbery at the CVS.
These images are of the suspects involved with the robbery at the CVS. These images are of the suspects involved with the robbery at the CVS.
These images are of the suspects involved with the robbery at the CVS. These images are of the suspects involved with the robbery at the CVS.
CHARLESTON, SC -

Friday evening police responded to the CVS on Maybank Highway in Johns Island for am armed robbery in progress.

According to witness accounts two males wearing dark pants and dark hoodies walked into the store just before closing.  An employee greeted the two but they kept their faces turned away.

One suspect went straight to the pharmacy counter while the other went down one of the aisles in the store.  The witness went to tell her manager about the two men and as she returned to the front of the store one suspect ran out of the door.

The pharmacist told police the suspect approached the counter and handed her a note that read "Oxycotton' or "Oxycodone".  The suspect warned the pharmacist that "This is really happening." and "You have 30 seconds."  The pharmacist placed the narcotics in a bag, handed to her by the other suspect.  The suspect then ran out of the CVS shouting 'WooHoo!"

Suspect#1 is a male was wearing a brown jacket approximately 5'04-5'05. Suspect #2 which is seen wearing the black jacket is a black male subject approximately 5'10-6'00.

If anyone has any information regarding this incident, PLEASE contact CPD - 577-7434 or Charleston Crime Stoppers 843-554-1111

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