Two employees at the Walgreens store at 9th and Market Streets were stabbed by an alleged thief on Wednesday morning, police told Bay City News. The crime took place at around 7 a.m. yesterday, inside the store, which is located in the same building as Twitter's headquarters and The Market food hall.

The victims, who are 27 and 37 years old, were taken to the hospital and were expected to survive. The store was closed during the morning according to Hoodline as a manhunt for the suspect was underway.

That apparently was successful and a suspect was apprehended, a 37-year-old man whose identity has not been made public. The employees were reportedly trying to stop him from leaving the store with stolen items when he attacked them and fled on foot.

The scene of the crime, a notably terrible Walgreens location in a city that's got a fair few, is back open for all your drugstore needs.

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