Two armed men robbed a northeast Indiana pharmacy before dawn Monday, forcing two employees onto the floor and the other to open the safe before grabbing medications.
The Warsaw Police Department is investigating the robbery that happened at the CVS Pharmacy, 100 N. Detroit St., about 4:10 a.m.
In a written statement, the department said the men were 20-30 years old and white. One was wearing a full-face red plastic Spider-Man mask with red tightening straps and surgical gloves. The other was wearing a tan safari-type hat or possible straw hat, a blue bandanna covering his face, sunglasses and surgical-type gloves.
The employees watched the robbers head to the front door, but they could not get out, so they left out a side emergency exit.
Warsaw police brought in a police dog to track the robbers north along the train tracks, but the trail ended near the parking lot south of the Salvation Army on Arthur Street, the statement said.
Anyone with information about the robbery is asked to call the Warsaw Police Investigations Division at 574-372-9535 or call Crime Stoppers at 800-342-7867.