When Kalu took the gun, the women ran out of the pharmacy and drove off in a silver or gray older-model car with damage to the right front fender and panel, Channel 2 reported.
This is the second attempted robbery since Kalu opened the store in June, Channel 2 reported. In December, three masked men came in carrying guns.
“In this field, it's something anticipated because of ongoing opioid abuse," Kalu said.
Kalu’s daughter was inside the pharmacy during the April 24 attempted robbery. He said he plans to tighten security by keeping the door locked and purchasing gun and bulletproof windows for the pharmacy.