LOGAN, Utah — Logan Police are searching for a suspect after calls came in for an attempted robbery at the InstaCare urgent care located at 412 N. and 200 E. in Logan, Utah.
According to Chief Gary Jensen with Logan Police, a male suspect walked into the urgent care around 4 p.m. Thursday and demanded medication and said there would be repercussions if police were called.
Police were alerted and the suspect fled. The urgent care was closed briefly as police seeped the building for the suspect.
The unknown male has not been located and police are actively searching for him. They advise that there is no threat to the public at this time.
No injuries were reported and police say no weapon was produced in the alleged attempted robbery.