Central Dispatch said they received a call at 12:15am Monday morning that the alarm system at the pharmacy had been activated. Grayson County Sheriff Deputies arrived on-scene and check all the entries to the building and found them to be secured. There was not any appearance to the building that anyone had made entry into the pharmacy, according to Clarkson Police Chief Jeff King. The store’s key holder did not respond to the alarm system alert and deputies cleared the area after checking the premises.
When employees of the pharmacy arrived to work Monday morning, they found the inside of the building rummaged through, according to King. He said even the employees had no idea the store had been burglarized until they entered.
King said the perpetrators only stole a couple bottles of pills. He said the medicine stolen was not what was normally looked for when a drug store is broken into. He said he did not want to give out too many details until the perpetrators were caught and that could be soon since King said he already had “person’s of interest.” King did say that these perpetrators were not the same ones who broke into the pharmacy in 2007.