By: AP
By: AP

BOYNTON BEACH, Fla. (AP) - Two men who police said dressed as women are jailed on robbery charges following an incident at a Florida Home Depot store in which employees and customers were hit with pepper spray.

Boynton Beach police said Thursday that 24-year-old David Tucker and 26-year-old Kendal Edgar Lowry were dressed as females when they allegedly tried to steal power tool batteries using a large purse.

When confronted by a store employee, police say Lowry used the pepper spray.

The incident Wednesday was captured on surveillance video.

Four people were treated at a hospital for pepper spray exposure.

A third man police said was the getaway car driver is also facing robbery charges.

Court records didn't list attorneys for any of the three.


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