Oxycodone Robbery By Disguised Man At CVS Pharmacy

by | Apr 27, 2018 | Breaking News, Crime, Public Safety

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Oxycodone Robbery By Disguised Man At CVS Pharmacy

Multiple units from the Cullman Police Department (CPD) converged on the CVS Pharmacy on the southeast corner of the Cherokee Avenue SW and Olive Street intersection just after 8:15 pm Thursday night.

A man of as yet undermined age entered the store around 8:10 pm and presented a demand note for oxycodone at the pharmacy desk of the store. The note mentioned the man had a gun (implying he was prepared to commit violence in order to obtain the drug).

The pharmacy clerk complied with the robbery demand. 32 oxycodone pills were taken in the heist.

According to Lieutenant Gene Bates of the Cullman Police Department (CPD), the robber was either in a mask or wearing heavy make-up. In this post-robbery interview, Bates breaks down the crime, his agency’s response, and details about the getaway vehicle and the disguised suspect:

A search for the man was immediately initiated using images showing the vehicle. A public request for assistance was issued by CPD.

An investigative team from CPD most of the evening all the way past closing time inside the establishment.

Note the distinct white driver side door.


Oxycodone Robbery By Disguised Man At CVS Pharmacy

Timothy Collins

Timothy brings an insightful holistic perspective as well as a mountain man tenacity to his various roles at Cullman Today. You can reach him at cullmantoday@gmail.com.

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