KINGMAN - A man matching the same description in two attempted armed robberies of Kingman pharmacies has evaded police and is still on the loose.
The two attempted robberies of a specific narcotic drug occurred within an hour Wednesday and may be connected, according to law enforcement.
According to Mohave County Sheriff's Office Public Information Specialist Trish Carter, a white male with dark, curly brown hair between the ages of 23 and 30 entered a pharmacy at about 1:20 in the 4400 block of Bank Street.
He displayed a gun and asked for a narcotic drug.
The man, who is between six-feet-two-inches and six-feet-three-inches tall and 170 and 180 pounds soon fled on foot without any drugs.
The Sheriff's Office and a Kingman Ranger helicopter searched for the unshaven man wearing a black stocking cap, a black shirt with a zip up hoody, dark pants and dark sunglasses with mirror lenses, but did not locate him.
Around 2:15 p.m., the Kingman Police Department investigated an attempted robbery at a pharmacy located in the 3400 block of Stockton Hill Road.
According to a news release, the suspect entered the store and confronted pharmacy employees, telling them he had a gun.
The suspect fled on foot without obtaining any drugs.
He is described as a white male in his mid 20s and clean-shaven with brown hair. He was wearing a tan colored beanie, blue jeans and white shoes.
According to the release, the suspect got into a new model gold or tan colored four-wheel-drive Jeep-type vehicle with Nevada license plates. The vehicle was being driven by another male suspect and was last seen heading northbound on Stockton Hill Road.
Anyone withinformation can call Mohave Silent Witness at 753-1234, the MCSO at 753-0753 or the KPD at 753-2191.