Robbers demand Oxycodone from pharmacist in Dover Twp

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Dover Township, York County, Pa. — Two men robbed a local pharmacy Sunday morning according to police. It happened around 11:15am at the Rite Aid located at 2901 Carlisle Road in Dover Township.

The suspects entered the store and handed a note to the pharmacist demanding all of the Oxycodone that the pharmacy had in storage.  The suspects did not display a weapon, but indicated to the pharmacist that they did have one.

The subjects exited the store after receiving several bottles of narcotic medication. They were last seen fleeing on foot to the rear of businesses in the 2800 block of Carlisle Road.

The subjects were both described as white males approximately 5’10” tall and 160 pounds.

One male was wearing a green t-shirt, a black baseball hat, shorts, and sunglasses.

The other was wearing a blue t-shirt and blue jeans.

The investigation into this incident continues.  Anyone with information is asked to contact the Northern York County Regional Police Department at 717-292-3647, through 911, or use the crime tip reporting portion of this website.

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