Two men were charged in 3rd District Court Thursday with first-degree aggravated robbery in connection with a May 10 pharmacy holdup in Sandy.

Court documents contend Dylan Tomas Serre, 29, Taylorsville, and Marc Conrad Kammerman, 34, Murray, entered the Southwood Pharmacy at 880 E. 9400 South at about 10:30 a.m. that morning armed with handguns and demanded OxyContin. After employees complied with the demand and the men left, one worker thought she recognized the voice of one of the thieves as that of a person who had called five minutes before the robbery. The caller ID indicated a number belonging to Serre.

Police statements indicate that Serre admitted committing the crime and implicated Kammerman. Police also found more than 200 OxyContin pills at Serre's residence and more than 100 of the pills at Kammerman's home.

Both men are being held at Salt Lake County jail.