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GARDEN CITY, Kan. -- Police in Garden City continue to investigate after an area pharmacy was broken-into twice.
The first break-in happened on December 16 of last year and the second on February 25. In both cases, someone broke in and stole prescription medication.
During the second break-in, a security camera captured an image of the suspect. He's described as a white male, between five-feet-four and five-feet-eight inches tall with brown hair. He was wearing a black hoodie-type jacket and a black face mask. He also dropped his ball cap, which was recovered at the scene.
Anyone with information is asked to call the Garden City Police Department at (620) 276-1300 or Crime Stoppers at (620) 275-7807.
Previous story - December 17, 2013:
Police in Garden City are searching for the person who stole drugs in a pharmacy break-in late last night.
About 11 p.m. Monday, Garden City police officers were dispatched to an alarm at the Plaza Medical Center, located in the 900 block of North Main Street.
When they arrived, they found a glass door to the business was shattered and they were unable to locate a suspect.
They later determined that the suspect entered the Plaza Pharmacy though the roof of the building, and stole a variety of prescription medications. The person left by breaking the glass door.
No suspect information is currently available.
Police are asking that anyone with information call (620) 276-1300, or Crime Stoppers at (620) 275-7807.