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Florence police arrest suspect in Walgreens robbery

Florence police arrest suspect in Walgreens robbery

FLORENCE, KY (FOX19) -

Florence police arrested one suspect accused in a robbery at a Walgreens in Kentucky.

James McCown, 28, was taken into custody accused of a robbery at the Walgreens in the 8100 block of Mall Road.

According to a store clerk, a man picked up a prescription at the pharmacy and proceeded to the front register. Police said he indicated he had a gun and said, “I need all of your money.”

The suspect fled on foot with cash and cigarettes, police said.

Police identified the suspect through surveillance video and the prescription that was filled. 

McCown is charged with first-degree robbery. 

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