Detectives from the Criminal Investigations Unit of the Loveland Police Department have identified 2 suspects from the robbery at Good Day Pharmacy on 10/08/15. Detectives applied for and were granted arrest warrants for charges that include: Aggravated Robbery of a Controlled Substance a Class 2 Felony, and 3 counts of Aggravated Robbery a Class 3 felony. 

Suspect 1 : Paul Jacob Alness Suspect 2: Joni Lynn Alness 

DOB: 8-24-1980 DOB: 02/07/1971 

Hgt:601 Wgt:178 Hgt: 502 Wgt: 170 

Blond Hair and Blue Eyes Black Hair and Hazel Eyes 

The suspects were last seen driving a white SUV with Illinois license plates. Photographs of the suspects are attached. Anyone who knows the location of the suspects are asked not to approach them and instead contact their local law enforcement agency with the information. Tips about the location of the suspects can be directed to Detective Denise Dean of the Loveland Police Department at 970-962-2258. 


On 10/08/2015 at approximately 3:00pm a male and female entered Good Day Pharmacy located at 2033 N. Boise Avenue in Loveland and demanded money and prescription drugs from the employee. The suspects implied that they had a weapon and covered their faces in an attempt to conceal their identity. The suspects fled the store with money and prescription drugs in a white sports utility vehicle. The vehicle was last seen travelling southbound in the 2300 block of North Boise Avenue. 

Loveland Police Officers responded to the area and established a large perimeter to search for the suspects. As a precaution McKee Medical Center was placed on “lock down” during the search of the area. The lock down has since been lifted. 

At this time the suspects and suspect vehicle are still at large. The suspects are described as a tall skinny white male and a shorter heavy set white female. Anyone with information in regards to this incident are encouraged to call Detective Denise Dean with the Loveland Police Department at 970-962-2258. 

More information may be released when it is available and appropriate.