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A surveillance image shows two people walking into a Naperville pharmacy before threatening employees with a hypodermic needle, according to police. | Naperville police

Police: Duo brandished HIV-infected needle in Naperville robbery

SHARE Police: Duo brandished HIV-infected needle in Naperville robbery
SHARE Police: Duo brandished HIV-infected needle in Naperville robbery

Two people threatened employees with a hypodermic needlethat they claimed was infected with HIV while robbing a pharmacy Tuesday morning in west suburban Naperville, police said.

About 6 a.m., the pairwalked into the CVS at 1299 E. Ogden Ave., stole “numerous medications” and brandished the needle when employees confronted them, according to Naperville police. They were gone by the time officers arrived.

Onerobber is described as a white woman about 40 years old, and the other an Asian man about 50. They have dark hair and wore dark clothing.

Anyone with information is asked to call police at (630) 420-6666.

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