Wednesday, January 9, 2013

Second Armed Robbery at CVS Smithville; Same Female Suspect Sought

Incident Type: Armed Robbery

Date and Time of Incident: 1/8/13 2045 hours

Victim Gender / City / Age Only:  Smithville CVS Pharmacy

Incident Location: Smithville CVS Phamacy 1 S. New York Road
Arresting / Investigating Officer: Ptl. C. Magazzu and Det. C. McGinty 

Misc. / Other Related Information: A female approximately 30-40 years of age entered the Smithville CVS, approached the pharmacy counter with a plastic bag in the air holding what appeared to be a handgun.  She demanded Oxys and Roxys from the pharmisist.  She was described as a w/f, thin build, tan stocking over face with eye holes cut out.  She was wearing black jeans, black hoodie and white sneakers.  Survellience footage shows that she left on foot toward the Smithville Historic Shops.  Suspect made off with approximately 300 precription Oxycodone pills.  There were no injuries reported.  The store was closed for the rest of the evening.

This is the second time in a month that there was an Armed Robbery at the CVS in the Smithville Section of Galloway Township. December 29th @ approximately 5:10 pm a suspect that appears to be the same female commited an Armed Robbery which resulted in the theft of 300 prescription Percocept. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Galloway Police Department @ (609) 652-3705. 


Anonymous said...

This makes me sick to my stomach because one of my children is a Pharmacist. I think it's time for CVS Corporate to be proactive and take safety measures for their customers as well as their Pharmacists! They have limited security and work short staffed regularly. I'm not blaming but no security changes were made between the first and second robberies at the same store and by the same perpetrator with a gun! I hope this is not something that goes as far as someone using a gun and getting hurt before something is done!

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