A Dearborn pharmacy was robbed of more than just money on Wednesday morning, according to Dearborn police.
officers responded to a breaking and entering call around 5 a.m. Wednesday morning at , located on West Vernor Highway.
Officers found that the security door and front door had been pried open, and that the cash register was on the floor and open, with bills spilling out.
The owner arrived and confirmed that around $700 cash had been stolen, as well as thousands of units of pharmaceutical drugs.
Stolen drugs included approximately 4,000 Vicodin; 3,000 Soma; 1,000 Lortab; 1,000 Lorcet; and 15 bottles of Prometh with codeine.
A surveillance video showed three suspects entering the store around 4:35 a.m. The three people–who could not be identified–ripped the alarm panel off of the wall and threw the cash register to the ground. It appeared that the suspects were wearing gloves, as no fingerprints were found.
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