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IMPD investigates CVS robbery on city's NE side

Posted at 2:32 PM, Mar 18, 2016

INDIANAPOLIS -- Metro police are trying to determine if two CVS robberies on the northeast side Friday morning are related. 

Officers were called to a robbery at 38th Street and Emerson Avenue just after 10:00 a.m. There were reports of an armed man robbing the pharmacy and then taking off in a red car. 

At one point, police thought there might be another suspect inside. K9 units and armed officers surrounded and went into the store. They sent officers with rifles on the roof with the help of an Indianapolis Fire Department ladder truck. 

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"I was wondering what was going on. Some guy emerged from the back, short guy and jumped into a Burgundy car," a witness said. 

The officers were called to another robbery of the CVS at 56th Street and Emerson Avenue. Police are comparing the descriptions and are investigating to see if the armed man robbed both stores. 

There were no injuries reported.


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