DETROIT, MICH. - It wasn't a drive-thru pharmacy. But a trio of thieves turned it into one this weekend when they intentionally drove their car through a Detroit pharmacy's window and made off with a small safe and several bins of prescription drugs.
The incident happened early Saturday morning at Buckley's Pharmacy on the 15000 block of East 8 Mile Road.
According to Detroit police, a 3-man crew pulled up in a tan Tahoe SUV and drove through the front picture window and door. The three men then entered the pharmacy and removed a small safe and numerous bins of pharmaceutical drugs. .
Buckley's Pharmacy is not a so-called "Green Light" location, police said.
Police identified all three suspects as males. One is 5 feet 8, and was wearing a blue jacket and black pants during the break-in. Suspect number two is 5 feet 10 to 6 feet, has a thin build and was wearing a grey hoody and grey pants. The third suspect is 5 feet 10 to 6 feet, thin build, and was wearing a red jacket and blue jeans.
Police may have video to release by Monday.
If you have any information about this incident, contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-Speakup
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