KENTWOOD, Mich. (WZZM) -- The Department of Justice is looking for people who may have been sold re-packaged medications from Kentwood Pharmacy.
Federal authorities shutdown the pharmacy three years ago.
Investigators say the company collected unused medications from hundreds of nursing homes and re-distributed them to other care facilities with false expiration dates.
Three pharmacists have pleaded guilty in the scheme and are returning to federal court in November for their sentence. They worked at Kentwood Pharmacy, also known as Eastgate Pharmacy.
The owner also had locations in Shepherd, Alma and St. Louis, Mich.
Prosecutors say victims have a right to be heard in court and may be eligible for restitution. Potential victims are asked to contact the U.S. Attorney's Office's Victims Witness Unit at (616) 808-2034.