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Sparks Police Look For Suspect In CVS Pharmacy Robbery

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Secret Witness is offering a $1,500 reward for information on a robbery that happened Thursday at a Sparks CVS Pharmacy.

Police say a man walked into the location on McCarran Boulevard, near Prater Way, and robbed a gaming-area clerk at gunpoint.

Police say he's a white man, 20 to 30-years old, medium height, with a slender build. He also has a beard and mustache.

He was last seen wearing sunglasses, a zip-up multi-colored hoodie and a black baseball cap with an "A" and black shoes.

If you've seen him, you're being asked to call Sparks Police at (775) 353-2225 or Secret Witness at (775) 322-4900. You can also text your tip to 847-411.

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