Brick Rite-Aid robbery search intensifies, police issue new photos
A slew of surveillance image of the suspects involved in the September 4 armed robbery of a Brick Township pharmacy signal increased intensity in the search for their identities and, ultimately, their arrests.
Brick police released the new images as they renewed their call for anyone who recognizes them to reach out. The stills were culled from a surveillance camera in a convenience store near the Rite-Aid on Burnt Tavern Road where the robbery occurred.
Police said one of the three, armed with a silver-and-black handgun, disabled the shop's automatic door and monitored shoppers and a store associate.
The others, one armed with a black handgun, jumped the pharmacy counter at the rear of the store, loaded prescription meds into a backpack, and sped away through the front of the store, reactivating the automatic door on the way out, police said.
Police believe that they escaped in a small SUV, colored blue or black, possibly a Toyota or Mazda, with no visible front license plate, heading along Van Zile Road to Route 70.
All three are considered armed and dangerous. Anyone recognizing them should reach Brick PD Detective Joseph Leskowski, 732-262-1121. The Brick PD main line is 732-262-1100.