Suspect Calls UA Pharmacy, Orders Clerk To Put Pills In Drive-Thru


UPDATED: Tuesday February 19, 2013 7:01 PM

Upper Arlington Police said a suspect called a Kroger pharmacy and gave the employee instructions to follow.

The robber told the employee at the Kroger pharmacy in the 1900 block of West Henderson Road that he was inside the store and armed with a gun.

Police believe the suspect was never inside the store.

The suspect told the employee to put Oxycodone in the drive-thru window, and the employee complied.

Surveillance pictures show the suspect walking through the drive-thru window and taking the pills from the drive-thru window.

Police believe the suspect may have parked at a neighboring business.

This Week News reports the stolen pills were worth $515.

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