Monday, July 04, 2016

Man wearing skeleton costume stole erectile dysfunction drugs

Three men, one wearing a skeleton costume, burgled two pharmacies in Dadeville, Alabama, on June 25 stealing thousands of dollars' worth of erectile dysfunction medication.

Dadeville police have released images of the suspects in hopes of identifying them. The burglaries took place at Lakeshore Pharmacy and Lake Martin Pharmacy at between 2am and 3am on Saturday, police said. The suspects gained entry to the pharmacies by breaking or removing the glass front entry doors.

At Lakeshore Pharmacy, two of the suspects waited outside the drive-through window watching while a third suspect, dressed in black, crawled through the store with a duffle bag. No items were taken from the store, according to the pharmacy, but the suspects caused more than $2,000 in damage to the store. The suspects used the same tactic when breaking into Lake Martin Pharmacy.

The pharmacy reported $3,200 worth of Cialis pills for erectile dysfunction were taken along with $250 worth of miscellaneous prescription drugs. Suspects were last seen leaving in an unknown make/model vehicle just before a Dadeville Police Unit responded to an alarm call at the pharmacies. A $,1000 reward is being offered to anyone that can identify the persons wanted in connection to these burglaries.

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