Drugs and alcohol stolen from Luseland pharmacy
At approximately 5:09 a.m. Aug. 13 in Luseland, a local pharmacy was broken into. One female and two male suspects entered through the front door and stole a small quantity of non-prescription drugs and a large quantity of alcohol.
The first male subject is described as approximately six feet tall, thin build, wearing grey shoes, blue jeans, grey hooded sweat shirt and a black and white DC ball cap.
The second male suspect is described as being approximately five five foot eight inches tall with a medium build wearing grey shoes with neon yellow laces, neon yellow socks, blue shorts, blue hooded shirt and a black and white north face ball cap.
The female is described as being approximately five foot nine inches tall, wearing grey shoes with pink and white trim, blue jeans, purple hooded sweat shirt, grey and black jacket and carrying a multi-coloured polka dot back pack.
The investigation is ongoing and the Luseland Police Service asks anyone with information related to the incident contact their local police or the RCMP.
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