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Three Pharmacy Robberies In Spokane May Be Connected

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Police are looking for this woman who is a suspect in three separate pharmacy robberies in the Spokane area. Police are looking for this woman who is a suspect in three separate pharmacy robberies in the Spokane area.
SPOKANE, Wash. -

Another pharmacy robbery happened just before 6 Sunday evening at the Fred Meyer near Thor and Freya.
    
Police tell us a white woman walked in and demanded prescription medication, but did not show a weapon. She's described as 5'4" with a small build and was wearing a black beanie. She took off on foot heading northwest.  Police are looking into whether this may be related to the two pharmacy robberies that happened Saturday.



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On Saturday just after 4 in the afternoon a white female in her twenties robbed the Safeway pharmacy on the 3900 block of North Market.

She's described as five feet and two inches tall, weighing about 130 pounds. She was seen wearing a white hat and sunglasses.


Another pharmacy robbery reported on the 12300 block of North Division just before 3:30 in the afternoon.  The suspect in this robbery has a similar description to the suspected robber on North Market.  Police say the two may be connected. 


Authorities aren't sure if anyone is assisting her. She was last seen heading westbound from the Safeway. If anyone has any information on this woman or the robberies please call Crime Check at 456-2233.

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