On June 5, 2014 at approximately 3:50 pm, Steinbach RCMP received a call of an armed robbery that had just occurred at the Counter Care Pharmacy in La Broquerie, Manitoba. Investigation revealed that a lone female entered the pharmacy with a knife and demanded drugs and money. She then fled the scene on foot to a nearby vehicle. A vehicle description and licence plate were provided to police. The vehicle was located the following day in the RM of Ste Anne. The suspect is described as caucasian female, between 5’1″ and 5’4″, approximately 110 lbs., blonde hair. She was wearing a black hoodie and jeans. Her face was partially covered by a purple or mauve bandana. Further investigation revealed that a male was also involved in the incident. He is described as possibly aboriginal, dark short hair, darker complexion, wearing a sport shirt ( black,red and white ). Nobody sustained any injuries during the incident.
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