Glasgow Daily Times, Glasgow, KY

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April 23, 2014

11:40 MORNING UPDATE: Reward offered in Highland Pharmacy burglary

GLASGOW — A $2,500 reward has been offered to help police solve a pharmacy burglary in Glasgow.

The Glasgow Police Department and Crime Stoppers are investigating a pharmacy burglary that occurred at the Highland Pharmacy at 301 L. Rogers Road. Crime Stoppers and law enforcement officials are asking for the public’s assistance by offering a reward of up to $2,500 for any information that will help solve this crime. The reward is donated by RxPATROL.

The burglary occured at 5:58 a.m. on April 6, according to information from the GPD.

Two suspects pulled in front of the pharmacy in a white Chrysler 300C sedan. A large frame male exited the driver's side front door and approached the front of the pharmacy carrying a tool. A second suspect joined him. After prying open the front door, the first suspect returned to the vehicle, dropped off the pry bar and removed a plastic "tote" from the front passenger seat. Both entered the pharmacy. Once inside, the two methodically searched for and removed what appeared to be pain medication. After approximately three minutes, the two exited the pharmacy and drove off in the direction they came from, according to the press release.

Several incidents similar to this burglary have occurred throughout Tennessee, Kentucky and possibly Missouri.

The first suspect is a large-figured male wearing a camouflage jacket and pants and ski mask. The second suspect is a smaller-figured male wearing a camouflage jacket and pants and ski mask. It is believed that both are white males; however, this has not as been confirmed.

The Crime Stoppers Hotline is the number to use for tips from the public: (888) 479-8477.

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