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The Frazier Park Pharmacy was broken into on Tuesday, Sept. 15 at about 4:25 a.m., leaving one door without glass. Above: Senior Deputy Brian Knox released these photos of the intruders, with the hope that readers will give the sheriff’s office some quick tips about who these burglars might be or tell about anything suspicious that may have been seen early Tuesday morning. Please call the substation at 661.245.3440 or the Tip Line at 661.861.3110.
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By Patric Hedlund
At 4:25 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 15 two burglars used rocks to break glass out of the front door of the Frazier Park Pharmacy. They were recorded on video as they rummaged behind the front counter, appearing to search for prescription drugs, but with little success.
Kern County Sheriff’s Senior Deputy Brian Knox has released these photos to ask for your help.
Do you recognize these people?
They are thought to be 18-30 years of age, ‘average height and weight,’ Knox said. “They didn’t go into the prescription area. It is kind of funny. they stole stuff that looked like prescription meds but it wasn’t—cough medicine and things like that. They struck out.”
“We are looking for help from the public. Please let us know if you saw anything suspicious…such as people walking around about that time,” Knox added. Call 661.861.3110.
One burglar appears to have a blue-gray shirt with a red cloth or knit cap over his face. Another has an oversize front-zip hooded parka and a mustache that may or may not be real. Knox said the two rocks were brought to the scene and found there by deputies.
This is part of the September 18, 2015 online edition of The Mountain Enterprise.
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