Two suspects – from Burlington and Hamilton – are locked up and facing 49 charges following two pharmacy robberies — the most recent one in Oakville.
Suspect images were released and Halton police identified a vehicle believed to be involved in the Shoppers Drug Mart robbery along Third Line on Sept. 18.
Investigators allege the same suspects held up a Shoppers store at 3023 New St. in Burlington on June 22.
The tactical unit executed a search warrant at a home on Mount Forest Dr. in Burlington early Thursday after two men were arrested on Sept. 20.
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Officers seized two replica guns, prescription narcotics, and clothing linking both suspects to the drugstore robberies.
Both men are accused of possessing a variety of drugs — namely opioids and cocaine.
Dylan Loshaw, 19, of Hamilton, and Abdollah Abdulmajid, 37, of Burlington, are facing dozens of charges including: robbery using a firearm; forcible confinement; pointing a firearm; uttering threats; disguise with intent; and possession of controlled substance.
The suspects have been held for bail.
Anyone with information is asked to phone Det. Barry Malciw with 2 District’s criminal investigations bureau at 905-825-4747 ext. 2218 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.
Photos courtesy of Halton Regional Police