Vernon and North Okanagan
Computer parts stolen from drug store
Oct 21, 2013 / 4:30 pm
A pair of thieves made off with computer parts during a Monday morning robbery at the downtown Vernon Shoppers Drug Mart.
According to police the two men broke a pane of glass to gain entry to the store and subsequently set off the front motion alarm about 2:30 Monday morning.
While inside, they were able to make off with an assortment of computer components in a display near the window.
Police describe both suspects as being skinny. Both were wearing black hoodies and gloves.
One appears to have black pants, white shoes and shorter hair. He appeared to have darker complexion.
The second man had a dark touque under his hoodie and appears to be wearing grey pants and black shoes with white trim along the sides.
The suspects fled in a vehicle.
Police are in the process of going over video surveillance from the store.
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