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Gadsden PD looking for woman who robbed pharmacy

Surveillance images of the woman police say robbed the pharmacy of Roxicodone pills. Source: Gadsden Police Department Surveillance images of the woman police say robbed the pharmacy of Roxicodone pills. Source: Gadsden Police Department
Another image of the pharmacy robbery suspect. Source: GPD Another image of the pharmacy robbery suspect. Source: GPD
GADSDEN, AL (WBRC) -

Gadsden police are looking for a woman who pulled a handgun in a drugstore and left with hundreds of Roxicodone pills.

The robbery happened around 4:25 Monday, Feb. 4 at Gadsden City Pharmacy on Rainbow Drive near the Gadsden mall.

Police quote witnesses as saying the woman pretended to request a prescription for her sister, then pulled out a handgun and yelled, "No one move, I'm serious. Give me all your Roxies."

Police say the woman left more than 600 Roxicodone pills. She was last seen leaving in a white Chevrolet Monte Carlo.

The woman was described as having brown hair with blonde highlights in front, about 5'8" and 175 to 200 pounds.

Anyone with information should contact the Gadsden Police Department at 256-549-4500.

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