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DELTONA, Fla. - A man has been arrested after he admitted to robbing a CVS Pharmacy in Deltona, according to the Volusia Sheriff's Office.
Thomas Mues, 23, of Jacksonville was arrested Friday after he allegedly committed a similar armed robbery at a CVS Pharmacy in Orlando, deputies said.
Photo: Orlando Police Department
The man handed a note to a pharmacist at the store on Providence Boulevard that said, "This is an armed robbery … I will shoot," deputies said on Facebook. The note also included a list of narcotics the man requested, which were provided in a brown paper bag.
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Photo: Volusia Sheriffs Office
He remains in custody at the Orange County Jail. He was charged with armed robbery, trafficking in hydrocodone, trafficking in oxycodone and trafficking in amphetamines.