The CPD have identified a late model Chrysler 300, white, in color, from this surveillance footage taken from the security camera of FHA Pharmacy in Calhoun. The photo from 1A, depicts the culprits who entered FHA Pharmacy, but police are still unaware of their identity. Anyone with information is encouraged to contact the CPD at 706-629-1234.
The suspects wanted in connection with the two pharmacy robberies on September 20 are still unknown. The information the Calhoun City Police Department is releasing at this time is images downloaded from the security cameras inside one of the burglarized stores.
The suspect’s vehicle appears to be a late model Chrysler 300, white in color with after market mesh fender vents and chrome wheels. There was two suspects’ inside the stores. Both suspects were wearing gloves and ski mask. The two pharmacies that were robbed were Scott’s Pharmacy on Highway 53 and FHA Pharmacy on North Wall St. The items that where taken were Butalbital/APAP, Butalbital/ASA both migraine headache and Pilopanolol for blood pressure, and $212 dollars worth of Hydrocodone pills.
At this time the Calhoun City Police think the two burglaries are connected. Click here for previous story.