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Cabarrus Sheriff’s Office looking

MOUNT PLEASANT ó Cabarrus County Sheriff’s Office investigators are looking for two men who broke into Moose Drug Co. in Mount Pleasant early on July 10.
On Thursday, the Sheriff’s Office released a collection of pictures of the men taken by the pharmacy security camera.
The two men entered through the front door of the pharmacy at 2:30 a.m. last Thursday and stole assorted medications.
Investigators also released the following descriptions:
– Suspect 1: a white man with short blond hair, wearing a gray, hooded sweat shirt and black T-shirt, shoes and pants.
– Suspect 2: A white man with brown hair, wearing a gray, hooded sweat shirt, black T-shirt and shoes and blue jean shorts.
Investigators ask anyone with information about this crime to call Cabarrus Area Crime Stoppers at 704-93-CRIME (932-7463).

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