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Cops search home in drug robbery probe

Detectives searched a home recently to look for evidence in an armed robbery at a clinic last month

No arrests have been made, and the investigation into the Dec. 29 drug heist at the Spokane Falls Family Clinic, 120 W. Mission Ave., continues.

A pharmacy employee said a masked man armed with a paintball game stole 100 to 150 Hydrocodone pills.

Sheriff's deputies seized the black Volvo used in he robbery from a parking lot at 921 S. Pine in Spokane Valley later that night.

The owner said a man named Corey had borrowed the car and returned with a bag full of Hydrocodone pills. A week later, a jail inmate identified a 26-year-old convicted felon as being responsible for the robbery.

Detectives with the Spokane police major crimes unit searched that man's home in he 2300 block of North Hutchinson Road on Jan. 19, according to a search warrant filed Wednesday in Spokane County District Court.




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