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UPDATE: Four arrested in pharmacy robbery

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Waterloo Police say two of the suspects accused of holding up a pharmacy had guns.

The Greenwood Pharmacy on Kimball Avenue was robbed on Tuesday night.

Two people went into the store wearing ski masks. They stole money and prescription drugs.

Police searched the area and arrested two young men, Cody Plummer (21 years old) and Riley Mallett (20 years old), in a neighborhood north of the pharmacy.  Both have been charged with robbery.

Two other suspects have also been arrested in the case, K'von James Caine Henderson (22 years old) and Myles Anderson (16 years old).


A fourth person has now been arrested after an armed robbery at a Waterloo pharmacy, according to Waterloo police.

Police said three men were arrested on Tuesday night in connection with the robbery.

A fourth person was then later arrested early Wednesday morning.

No other details have been released about the fourth suspect at this time.



Waterloo police said they have arrested three people after a pharmacy was help up in Waterloo. 

The robbery happened just before 10 p.m. on Tuesday at Greenwood Drug on Kimball and Ridgeway. 

Police said the suspects handed a note demanding money and pills. 

Police arrested 20-year-old Riley Mallet, 21-year-old Cody Plummer and 22-year-old K'von James Caine Henderson.

All three men are in custody.  

No one was hurt. 



Waterloo Police are searching a usually quiet neighborhood as part of an armed robbery investigation.

Authorities believe the robbery took place at the Greenwood Pharmacy at the corner of Kimball Ave. and Ridgeway Ave. Officers told KWWL's crew on the scene that they were searching for two suspects. Police believe a gun was shown.

KWWL's crew witnessed one man be taken in custody just before 10 p.m. on Pershing Rd. According the Waterloo Police on Twitter, two persons of interest have been detained in connection to the investigation.

Officers and Black Hawk County Sheriff's deputies continue to search the neighborhood with flashlights. An official with Waterloo Police said they're not searching for additional suspects, but looking for evidence.

It's unclear at this point how much money may have been taken from the pharmacy.

Several people that live in the neighborhood told KWWL that they were shocked to see such a heavy police presence.

No injuries have been reported. Stay with KWWL for more updates on this developing story.

Caitlin Harbach contributed to this report.  

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