Midland pharmacy robbery: police want to speak with two women

One of the two women of interest.
One of the two women of interest.
One of the two women of interest. One of the two women of interest.

POLICE are looking for two women who stole from a Midland pharmacy last month.

They entered the store about 4.40pm on Sunday, June 25 and took several items off the shelves, passing them between one another before placing them in their handbags.

When leaving the store, a staff member challenged the women, but they refused to show their bags and left.

Police have released CCTV images of the women they believe can help with their investigation.

The first woman is described as about 35 years old, dark skinned, 165cms tall with shoulder length black hair.

She was wearing a black and red checked vest, black leggings, thongs and carrying a shoulder bag.

The second woman is of the same description and was wearing a black jacket and pants and a shoulder bag.

Anyone with information can make a report online or call 1800 333 000.

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