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Police Search For Woodway Robbers, Local School Issued To Shelter In Place

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UPDATE: February 28, 2013, 10:30 a.m. -- Woodway Elementary School was issued to "shelter in place" this morning due to the attempted burglary at the Walgreens.

Parents from Woodway Elementary received a letter explaining that the school took the shelter in place due to the attempted burglary.

School officials stated that a shelter in place means that all doors to the building are secured and locked and all outside activities are suspended. Also, a school resource officer remained on campus during this shelter in place.

Officers arrested Kenneth Tolbert and Kendrick Marshall after the attempted burglary and booked them in the McLennan County Jail.

Police believe there are two other suspects involved.

During the detainment with the suspects, an officer used a taser on one of the suspects and the other was found nearby.

One officer sustained minor injuries.


(KCEN) -- Woodway Police are actively searching for a suspect involved in an early Friday morning attempted robbery at Walgreens Pharmacy located on Woodway Drive.

When police got to the Walgreens, officers encountered a burglary in progress. 

The suspects fled on foot.

Two of the suspects are currently in custody. The third suspect is still being sought at this time.

It appears the suspects were trying to steal a bag of medicine from the pharmacy.

We have a crew on scene and are working to get more details at this time.

Stay with KCEN-HD for the latest updates.

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