Sulphur Police Investigate CVS Robbery

News Release

<p class="p1">SULPHUR – On Wednesday, August 15, 2018 at approximately 8:20 p.m., Sulphur Police were dispatched to CVS Pharmacy in Sulphur.</p><p class="p2">Upon arrival police learned that an armed white male subject entered the CVS store and approached the pharmacy counter, presented a note to the employees who stated he had a weapon and demanded narcotic grade medication. The subject was wearing a black and red flannel shirt and blue jeans.</p><p class="p2">The male subject then fled the scene with a large quantity of narcotic grade medication. The investigation is still on-going by the Detective Division of the Sulphur Police Department. Sergeant Nick Johnson is the lead investigator.</p><p class="p2">Anyone with any information concerning this individual or this incident please contact Sergeant Nick Johnson with the Sulphur Police Department.</p><p class="p3"><em>If you have any information concerning these crimes or any other criminal acts, please call 337-527-4550.</em></p>””<p><em>If you have any information concerning these crimes or any other criminal acts, please call 337-527-4550.</em></p>

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