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CVS pharmacy robbed of narcotics early this morning

Kokomo Police Department seeks help in locating the suspects

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CVS robbery

The Kokomo Police Department is requesting help in locating two men who are suspected to have robbed CVS on West Sycamore Street early this morning.

Just before 4 a.m., KPD received a 911 call to report an armed robbery at CVS, 2340 W. Sycamore St. KPD responded and spoke to witnesses who advised two males entered the store around 3:51 a.m. and robbed the pharmacy of narcotics.

The first suspect was described as a thin male of average height with his face covered, wearing a black hoodie with an emblem on the left chest area, dark jeans or pants, dark tennis shoes, and armed with a firearm.

The other suspect also was described as a thin male of average height who had his face covered. He was reported to be wearing a dark hoodie with stripes down the arms and a large Addidas emblem on the back, dark pants, possible black-and-white Nike Air Jordan shoes, white gloves, and armed with a firearm.

The suspects took a large amount of schedule II hydrocodone in 100 count bottles (assorted doses and manufacturers). The suspects left the pharmacy through the north drive-through window.

A short time later, a tan 2018 Toyota Camry four-door was located unoccupied in the area of 600 W. 00 N. S. This vehicle was determined to be stolen from Marion County on Sept. 11. As this vehicle was processed by KPD investigators, items of evidence were located from the robbery at CVS. This vehicle was recovered and is being processed by KPD investigators.

Also, earlier this morning, citizens in the area of Western Woods subdivision located multiple empty controlled substance bottles related to this investigation. KPD is requesting any citizens who have home surveillance systems to review them for possible images of the suspects and/or the vehicle in this robbery. Also, if any additional items of evidence are located, please contact KPD for the collection of that evidence.

This case remains under investigation. Anyone with additional information pertaining to this case is asked to call Captain Teresa Galloway at 765-456-7326 or the Kokomo Police Department Hotline at 765-456-7017. Those with information may qualify for a cash reward by calling Central Indiana Crime Stoppers at 1-800-262-TIPS with an anonymous tip.