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Two Robberies, Possibly the Same Suspect

Clarksville Police DepartmentClarksville, TN – On June 3rd, 2011, there were two pharmacy robberies which occured within one hour of each other. At approximately 2:04pm on July 3rd,  a white male wearing a baseball cap, a dark colored shirt and kaki shorts entered into the Walgreens store, 1640 Fort Campbell Blvd and demanded Narcotics/medication from two employees behind the pharmacy counter.

Two pharmacy robberies occured on July 3rd within one hour of each other.
Two pharmacy robberies occured on July 3rd within one hour of each other.

The man stated that he had a gun and held his hand over his pocket menacingly while telling the employees to get on the ground. The man demanded Methadone and left the store after receiving a bottle but told the employees to lay on the ground and not to move for five minutes.

This is believed to be the same suspect that robbed the Kmart, 2780 Wilma Rudolph Blvd, about an hour before. In that robbery a white male subject dressed in the same fashion handed a note to the person behind the pharmacy counter. The note indicated that he had a gun and wanted Zanex, Hydrocodone, and Methadone. The robber ended up leaving with two bottles of Zanex.

The lead investigators are Detectives Eric Ewing and Kevin Rushing. Anyone with information is asked to call the TIPSLINE, 931-645-8477.

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