Police charged two brothers Sunday after a Walterboro pharmacy was robbed at gunpoint.
Rite Aid employees told officers that a man with a pistol entered the business, at 72 Bells Highway, and demanded pills from the pharmacy.
The employees described the suspect as a white man who wore a grey “Army” T-Shirt, black pants and sunglasses.
The man then ran out the front of the building and out of sight, a Walterboro Public Safety incident report says.
According to the report, the suspect’s vehicle was located in Jasper County, and Sheriff’s deputies transported two men back to Walterboro in connection with the armed robbery.
Anderson Lewis Hobbs, 21, and Noah Michael Hobbs, 17, were charged with kidnapping, armed robbery, and possession of a weapon during the commission of a crime.
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