May 10, 2010 in Idaho

Robbers use note to steal drugs from Post Falls pharmacy

The Spokesman-Review
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Robbers stole an undisclosed amount of prescription painkillers Sunday from a Post Falls pharmacy, authorities said.

According to the Post Falls Police Department, two men walked up to the counter at Walgreen’s Pharmacy, 706 E. Seltice Way, about 11:10 a.m., presented a threatening note demanding OxyContin, and fled on foot through the front door. No injuries were reported.

The robbers were described as being in their late 20s to early 30s with short dark hair. One wore wire-framed glasses, had a mustache, and was wearing a black ball cap, black shirt, dark jeans and white tennis shoes. The other was wearing a blue shirt, tan pants and brown shoes. Both men were described by witnesses as unshaven.

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