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Suspect Robs Brevard Walgreens' Employees At Knifepoint

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Brevard police are looking for an armed robbery suspect accused of robbing employees at knifepoint at the local Walgreens. Brevard police are looking for an armed robbery suspect accused of robbing employees at knifepoint at the local Walgreens.
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Brevard police are looking for an armed robbery suspect accused of robbing employees at knifepoint at the local Walgreens.

Detective Lieutenant Steve Woodson with the Brevard Police Department says it happened around 9 p.m. Thursday.

The suspect is described as a white male with brown eyes, a three or four day beard growth, and is approximately 6'1".

Brevard police say when the male suspect entered Walgreens, he used a knife to rob store employees. Detective Lieutenant Woodson says nobody was hurt during the armed robbery.

The suspect did, however, get away with an undisclosed amount of money.

The Brevard Police Department asks if you've seen this man, to contact Brevard Police at 828-883-2212.




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