A man is in custody, accused of robbing a West Side Pharmacy Thursday afternoon.
It happened inside of the Rite Aid along West Washington Street just before 4 p.m. on January 17.
Investigators said Benjamin Lowman, 43, of Charleston walked into the store with his face covered and demanded pills after handing the pharmacist a note, saying he had a gun.
Soon afterward, he left the property in a white caravan, police said.
Detectives were able to run the license plate on that vehicle and as a result, were able to track the suspect down to his home at 1200 Summit Drive.
Lowman was placed under arrest at that home.
A search warrant was subsequently issued for the residence.
Lowman is charged with first degree robbery.
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