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Drug store crime spree suspect sought
DUBLIN, Calif. (KGO) -- The Pleasanton Police Department is searching for a suspect wanted for a crime spree targeting four drug stores in just 36 hours.
It started Wednesday at a CVS in Dublin. The last one was Thursday afternoon at a Dublin Safeway drug store.
The suspect is described as a roughly five-foot eight inch tall, 180 pound white male, between 30 and 40 years old.
In all four robberies he gave a clerk a note saying he was armed and wanted drugs like Oxycontin. He was foiled in all but the last attempt.
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