Hall's Pharmacy robbed

The Franklin County Sheriff’s Department is investigating an armed robbery at Hall’s Pharmacy in Krakow. Officials say it happened at 1:45pm on August 28,2012. A man walked into the pharmacy caring a bag, stating he had a weapon; however, a weapon was never displayed. The man demanded narcotics and fled in a blue sports car driving down Country Club Road. The man is described as being in his 20s or 30s, 5’10, and having a stocky or muscular build. He was wearing light shorts and a Mizzou hat at the time of the robbery. Investigators are also looking into the possibility that a second suspect may have been involved. Anyone with information is asked to call the sheriff’s office at 636-583-2560.

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