Several People hurt during Armed Oakville Robbery

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Several people hurt during Oakville armed robbery of the Guardian Pharmacy located at 1235 Trafalgar Road on Monday, May 29, 2017 reported ​the Halton Regional Police Service. The police are currently investigating the armed robbery that occurred at approximately 8:00 pm. The main intersection of the robbery is White Oaks Blvd and Trafalgar Road, opposite Oakville Town Hall.

Two male suspects armed with handguns entered the pharmacy and demanded cash. During the robbery several people were hurt inside the pharmacy after being sprayed with a noxious substance. After the thieves obtained an undetermined amount of cash and prescription medication, the two suspects fled to a waiting car operated by a female driver.

Several people hurt were treated by paramedics at the scene and some were taken to hospital for further treatment and evaluation.

Suspect descriptions:

  1. Suspect #1 – male/white, 20’s, thin build, short buzzed blonde hair.
  2. Suspect #2- male/white.
  3. Suspect #3 – female/white, 20’s, long black hair.

Suspect vehicle – small white car (further details to follow)

Anyone with information about the robbery of the Guardian Pharmacy at 1235 Trafalgar Road on Monday, May 29th at 8:00 PM is asked to contact the Halton Regional Police Services Oakville Criminal Investigation Bureau at 905-825 -4747 ext 2216 or Contact Crime Stoppers “See something, Hear something, Say something” at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS), through the web at, or by texting “Tip201” with your message to 274637 (crimes).



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Readers Comments (2)

  1. Rick Brooks says:

    Again, they are not suspects, they are perpetrators. Once caught or named they are suspects

  2. Jerry Scott Mills says:

    Appreciate Rick Brook’s applied erudition. Sloppy jargon abounds; e.g., media news writers constantly reporting bullet and and knife wounds as “injuries.” They’re not. They’re wounds. Shouldn’t be hard to remember.


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