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Police Arrest Man Accused of Carjacking Priest, Robbing Rite Aid

Police arrested a man accused of robbing a Rite Aid and then carjacking a priest in Haddonfield, New Jersey last month. 

Donald Hart, 27, of Mantua, was arrested and taken into custody. 

Police say Hart entered the Rite Aid on the 700 block of Haddon Avenue at 12:10 p.m.back on June 16. Hart allegedly jumped over the pharmacy counter, took out a handgun and demanded Adderall and Oxycodone from the store employee. He then took an undisclosed amount of Adderall pill bottles and ran into the parking lot where he carjacked a priest, officials said.

Hart allegedly drove the priest’s vehicle for about a block, exited the vehicle and then fled the scene on foot. No one was injured during the incident.

Hart also may be connected to the robbery of another Rite Aid in Logan Township, Gloucester County back on May 22, according to investigators. 

Hart is currently being processed. Officials have not yet revealed the specific charges against him. 

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