Visual clues of Castlegar pharmacy robber

Composite sketch of suspect distributed following mid November crime

A composite sketch of the male the male running away from the scene was obtained and is attached.

Updated information regarding a pharmacy holdup last week has been supplied by the RCMP’s Sgt. Darryl Little, Ops Support NCO Kootenay Boundary Reg. Det. The press release is as follows:

On Wednesday, November 13, 2013 at approximately 11:10 a.m., a male entered the Shopper’s Simply Pharmacy Castlegar, formerly Paragon Pharmacy, brandishing a shotgun and proceeded to rob the pharmacy making off with a large amount of prescription medication and Canadian currency. The male, described as early 20’s, approximately 5’8″, slim build wearing a dark blue/grey jacket, fled on foot out the back door of the pharmacy. A male was seen running from the area of the robbery shortly thereafter.

Castlegar RCMP are requesting the assistance of the public in identifying the male depicted in the sketch.   Please contact the Castlegar RCMP Detachment, or Crime Stoppers, with any information pertaining to the identity of the male at (250) 365-7721. Your assistance is greatly appreciated.

 

 

 

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