OPP charge Moravian man in year old pharmacy break in

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Lambton OPP have made an arrest in the Jan. 13, 2018 break in of the Alvinston pharmacy. This was the photo police released of the break in on Jan. 15, 2018

Lambton OPP have made an arrest in the break-in at a pharmacy in Alvinston over a year ago.

On Jan. 13, 2018, police were called to the pharmacy and found that around 4:30 am someone in an older model pickup truck forced their way into the store.

Police released a description of the two people involved – both men were wearing camouflage clothing, and gloves – one wore a ski mask and walked with a noticeable limp. One of the two was carrying a red and black gym bag.

Today, police say they arrested Tony Snake, 47, of Moravian First Nation. He’s charged with break, enter and commit theft. He’ll be in court May 15.

Investigation revealed that at approximately 4:30 a.m. two suspects attended the pharmacy in an older model pick- up truck and forced entry.