Police: Olive Branch CVS robbers discovered in second store parking lot

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OLIVE BRANCH, Miss. -- Three young men are now locked up, accused of robbing an Olive Branch CVS at gunpoint.

The youngest is just 16-years-old.

"They did know the layout of the pharmacy of the store."

Olive Branch Police Chief Don Gammage said the trio -- Dallas Rice, 18, Benjamin Rice, 16, and Donald Alexander,19, -- knew what they were doing and they may have been getting ready to strike again when they were caught at the CVS at Goodman and Getwell in Southaven a day later.

"They had been parked behind the building for an hour or so and an employee noticed them back there," the chief said.

Authorities said all three of the suspects are from Marshall County, but they probably won't be going anywhere anytime soon. Their bonds have been set at $1 million each on charges of armed robbery.

The 16-year-old is being charged as an adult.

Authorities said they are working with other agencies in the area to see if they are responsible for other robberies.