SHERMAN OAKS—The LAPD announced on Wednesday, November 17, that two robbery suspects were still at large after robbing a local pharmacy in the 12900 block of Magnolia Boulevard on Saturday morning, November 6. The suspects were reported to have stolen a few bottles of medicine from the pharmacy.

Both suspects were black males. The first suspect entered the pharmacy and told the employees to get onto the ground, after which the second suspect entered with a brown satchel and proceeded to place various medicine bottles from the shelves inside. The surveillance video showed that the second suspect proceeded to attempt to empty the register but as he and his accomplice were unable to manage it, they left the store with only the medication.

The first suspect was about 6 feet tall and weighed an estimated 200 pounds. The second man was about 5 feet 6 inches tall and weighed approximately 140 pounds. Police reports state that they were both dressed in black pants and shirts and white shoes. The second suspect also had a blue bandana covering his face and wore “large, football-style gloves.”

LAPD request that anyone with information regarding his crime or the suspects’ whereabouts call LAPD’s Van Nuys Division robbery detectives at 818-374-0040.