Police search three suspects in pair of gunpoint pharmacy robberies in York Area

Police say that the identical three suspects are doubtless answerable for a pair of gunpoint pharmacy robberies that befell in Richmond Hill and Vaughan on Monday.

The primary incident occurred at round 1:45 p.m. at a pharmacy close to Chancellor Drive and Fiori Drive whereas the second incident occurred at round 7 p.m. at a pharmacy close to Yonge Road and Bedford Park Avenue.

Police say that in each incidents the three male suspects entered the shops brandishing handguns and proceeded to demand narcotics and money.

The suspects finally fled each robberies with an unspecified amount of narcotics and money, police say.

They’re every described as Black males, who have been sporting black clothes, gloves and masks.

Within the first incident, it’s believed that the suspects fled the scene in a silver car. No description has been offered for a potential suspect car within the second theft.

“Investigators are looking for any witnesses who might have seen something suspicious within the space or anybody who might have dashcam or video surveillance footage within the space on the time of the incidents to please come ahead,” police stated in a information launch issued on Tuesday.

There have been no bodily accidents reported following both theft.

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