Robber makes off with prescription drugs in Solana Beach robbery

A man armed with a pistol and sporting a winter hat robbed a Solana Bech drugstore of prescription medication Wednesday.

The thief approached a clerk at the CVS Pharmacy on Lomas Santa Fe Drive about 12:45 p.m., handed over a demand note and demanded an undisclosed type of drug, Sgt. Jack Reynolds said.

The employee gave a quantity of the medication to the bandit, who fled in an unknown direction.

The robber was described as a white man about 30 to 40 years old, wearing khaki pants, a tan-and-green plaid jacket, sunglasses and a fur-lined cap, the sergeant said.

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