Police capture armed CVS robbers

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Police in Plainfield confirm that two men have been taken into custody following an armed robbery at a CVS store Thursday
morning. According to police, suspect Mitchell Casad, wearing a ski mask, entered the CVS at 1700 E. Main Street at about
5 a.m. He forced a female employee to the back of the store, where he stole OxyContin and other painkillers before fleeing
in a car driven by Nate Owens, police said. The men, both from the Bloomington area, eventually abandoned the car and fled
on foot, but were apprehended in a wooded area north of the CVS at about 8:30 a.m. Fox59 will have more at 4 p.m.  


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