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Pharmacy robbery in Cambridge under investigation

A WRPS police car is seen parked in front of pharmacy in Cambridge after a robbery on February 26, 2024. (Dave Pettitt / CTV Kitchener) A WRPS police car is seen parked in front of pharmacy in Cambridge after a robbery on February 26, 2024. (Dave Pettitt / CTV Kitchener)
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Police are investigating after reports of a pharmacy robbery in Cambridge.

Officers were called to the area Glamis Road and Elgin Street around 5:30 p.m. on Monday.

Police say four unknown males entered the pharmacy, took money and other products, and left before officers arrived.

The suspects are described as around 5'9 and wearing masks.

 

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