PELHAM MANOR, N.Y. The Pelham Manor Police Department was called to the CVS on Boston Post Road on Friday at 9:10 p.m. because of larceny that occurred at the store.
Upon arrival, the officer spoke with the CVS manager and the shift supervisor. The manager stated that at around 7 p.m. that night, the Mount Vernon CVS manager called him and advised him to keep a lookout for two men that had robbed his store earlier that day. The two men committed a felony by stealing $2,000 worth of merchandize from the Mount Vernon CVS.
They were described as two black males appearing in their mid-20s to their mid-30s and one was 510 while the other was 60. When the Boston Post Road CVS manager received that call, he checked the aisle that carried Mucinex and the entire shelf was empty. He then checked video footage of the store and saw two black males, fitting the same description given to him, enter the store at 6:29 p.m. empty handed. Then at 6:38 p.m., the two suspects walked out with a CVS bag full of merchandize. The men stole 15 boxes of Mucinex, which cost $319.65.
Also on the blotter:
- Pelham Manor Police responded to a Monroe Avenue home on Monday at 6:53 p.m. after a call for aid from a mans wife. Her husband had fallen in the driveway and she was requesting help to get him back up. The police officer arrived on scene, assisted the man, and told headquarters that he was back in the house.
- An employee at Five Guys Burgers on the Pelham Parkway called the Pelham Manor Police Department because a co-worker was shaking uncontrollably. When the officer arrived, he noticed the female victim shaking and losing consciousness. The medics responded and she was taken to the Sound Shore Medical Center by ambulance for further treatment.
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