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Spokane County Sheriff's Office: Pharmacy Robbery, Suspect Identification Needed

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PRESS RELEASE FROM THE SPOKANE COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE: Additional pictures of a robbery suspect were obtained by Spokane County Sheriff's Office detectives and they are asking for the public's help as they continue to work to identify him.      

The suspect robbed the pharmacy located inside Albertsons at 12312 N. Hwy. 395 on Thursday February 7th. The pharmacist reported the male suspect came up to the counter, threw a red reusable grocery bag down on the counter and demanded "narcotics". 

She put the narcotics in the bag and the suspect left the store.  She described the suspect as a dark complected, white or Hispanic male, 5'09", medium build in his mid-30s with black, collar length hair. His face was heavily pock-marked and he may have tattoo(s) on his neck.  

He was last seen wearing a black, baseball style cap with "WSU" on the front with a large red & white Cougar's logo on the left side, a black hooded jacket, black baggie jeans and white shoes.  

>>>Anyone with information about this incident or can identify the suspect in the pictures provided is urged to call Major Crimes Detective Jack Rosenthal at 509-477-3186.

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