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Suspect sought in Kannapolis CVS robbery

KANNAPOLIS — Just before 9:15 a.m. this morning, a white male came into the CVS at 2002 Shiloh Church Road, displayed a black semi-automatic handgun, and demanded prescription medication from the pharmacy.

The suspect left store with a large quantity of medication and got into a white colored sedan that was parked near the front doors of the business. The suspect vehicle was last seen driving north through the CVS parking lot and appeared to have some type of dark material hanging from the rear of the vehicle.

The suspect was wearing black pants and a dark blue hoodie that said “Bering Sea 2007” on the back . He was approximately 5 feet 5 inches tall, weighed around 150 pounds, and had a reddish-blonde goatee.

For additional information or questions concerning this incident, you can either contact Lt. Terry Spry at 704.920.4071 or tspry@kannapolisnc.gov.

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