|$30,000 worth of pills stole from PharmaCare|
|Wednesday, May 9, 2012|
On Sunday, Jan. 1, at approximately 9:55 p.m., the Mt. Juliet Police Department responded to the PharmaCare pharmacy in reference to burglar alarm activation.
Upon arrival, officers found that the building was burglarized and checked it for suspects, but no one was located.
Further investigation revealed that 6,834 pills were stolen from the pharmacy - a street value near approximately $30,000.
The pills included Loritab, Hydrocodone and other pain medication.
It was determined that three individuals were involved in the burglary after Detectives reviewed the pharmacy’s surveillance video.
Using a hood to conceal their face, one suspect entered the pill area and filled a plastic tote with pill bottles.
Surveillance video also shows that the suspects arrived and left in a 2005-2010 year model Chrysler 300 that was white or silver in color.
Anyone with any information regarding this incident is encouraged to call the Mt. Juliet Police Department at (615) 754-2550.
Information can also be given anonymously by calling (615) 754-TIPS (8477) or via the Mt. Juliet Police Department website at http://www.mjpd.org.
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