‘General deterrence looms large in cases of daylight robberies of pharmacies.’

“I don’t want to hurt you,” a woman told a pharmacist while she was robbing the store of opioids The Supreme Court of Tasmania heard that in September 2019, Carroll Anne Anderson-Lingo went to the Sandy Bay Discount Pharmacy, dressed in oversized clothing, a cap and sunglasses, and carrying a backpack. She wandered around the

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