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Theft of drugs from Dearborn pharmacy caught on camera

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An image captured from surveillance video shows two suspects. An image captured from surveillance video shows two suspects.
DEARBORN, Mich. (WJBK) -

A band of thieves ransacked a Dearborn pharmacy, but these bad guys were caught on camera.  Police hope the images will help put the robbers behind bars.

Surveillance video shows four suspect outside the West Village Pharmacy in Dearborn on March 26.  It took over a minute, but eventually the lock on a back door was busted.  Once inside, it only took 45 seconds to fill a bag with prescription drugs.  In all, $15,000 worth of drugs were stolen.

Police have few leads, but are hoping that someone will recognize one of the suspects by the way they walk, their fancy clothes or even their car.

Watch Maurielle Lue's video report to see the surveillance video.

Meanwhile, the pharmacy says the drugs will now be better secured.

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