MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – The Bureau of Criminal Apprehension says a suspect matching the description of the man who held up a SuperTarget pharmacy Thursday has struck again.

Officials say the man pulled out a black handgun just after 6 p.m. Friday in the CVS Pharmacy on 1471 Robert Street South in West St. Paul.

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Just like in the Target robbery, the suspect demanded prescription medications.

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He fled in a car, the description of which is not known. Officers searched the area around the drug store, but found no trace of the suspect or his car.

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Officials describe the suspect as wearing a hooded, black coat, a black ski mask, round glasses, black gloves, black pants, and white tennis shoes. He’s said to stand around 5-feet, 8-inches tall and to weigh 150-170 pounds.