Walgreens the scene of alleged robbery Thursday

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Walgreens on North Avenue was allegedly robbed Thursday night.


A Grand Junction police officer investigates an alleged robbery at Walgreens, at 29 Road and North Avenue, late Thursday. Witnesses said a man was confronted over possible shoplifting, and may have become physical with an employee. It’s unclear if police are actively seeking a suspect or have made any arrests in the case.

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