Pepper spray used in drug-related robbery

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The suspects, who were wearing balaclavas to conceal their faces, the proceeded to threaten the occupants with a gun and demanded money and drugs.

They made off with an undisclosed amount of cash and non-prescription drugs, but not before spraying the victims with pepper spray.

As this appears to be a drug-related offence, police say the public is not at risk.

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