WEST MIFFLIN (KDKA)- A reward is being offered for information into a robbery at a West Mifflin pharmacy.

On Wednesday, police say a man walked into the Rite Aid on Homeville Road.

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His face was covered by a bandana when he entered the store for the second time just after 6 p.m.

Police say he made a purchase the first time and walked out. A few minutes later, he came back to make a second purchase. Once the drawer opened, police say that’s when he reached over the counter.

In surveillance pictures, the male suspect is wearing a bandana over his face, a black coat and blue jeans. He demanded money from one of the clerks. Surveillance photos show the man leaning over the counter.

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Police say in the process of reaching for the register, the employee was pushed out of the way. She was not hurt. Because he had his face and head covered, the employee told police she believed the suspect was a white male, but couldn’t give more of a description.

“We were just riding by and we saw two police cars jammed in at the door there so we figured there was something going on there,” Bob Deville “It happens everywhere now. You almost expect it.”

Police say no weapon was shown in the robbery. Rite Aid is offering a $2,000 reward in the case for information leading to an arrest.

If you know this man or have any information on this robbery, contact West Mifflin Borough Police at (412)-461-3125.

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