Grove City Division of Police officials have issued a crime alert regarding a break-in at the Kenstar Pharmacy in Town Center which resulted in the loss of approximately $60,000 worth of narcotics.

Grove City Division of Police officials have issued a crime alert regarding a break-in at the Kenstar Pharmacy in Town Center which resulted in the loss of approximately $60,000 worth of narcotics.

The crime alert includes a description of three suspects, two of whom were caught on video surveillance cameras during the burglary that occurred late on June 13 or early the following morning.

The breaking and entering was reported at 9:21 a.m. on June 14, according to the police report. Entry to the pharmacy at 3995 Broadway was made through a rear door sometime after 11 p.m. June 13 and 1:30 that morning.

“The suspects cut phone lines approximately an hour prior to entry, redirected video surveillance cameras as they advance through the business and silenced the audible alarm by pulling it out from the wall,” according to the alert.

In spite of their caution, hazy images of two suspects were captured, and can be viewed on the division’s page on the Grove City Web site. The PDF files under “Crime Alerts” include the photos.
The descriptions of three suspects are included in the alert:

• Suspect one is a white male in his mid-20s. He is 5’-9” and weighs around 170 pounds. He was wearing jean shorts, a black T-shirt with the word “STOP” on the front, black sneakers, a black baseball cap with a block “O” and gloves. He has a tattoo on his right triceps.

• Suspect two is also a white male of approximately the same age. He stands 5’-8” and weights 180 pounds. He was wearing a white T-shirt, white baseball cap and black gloves. He sported a large tattoo on his right forearm.

• Suspect three is a white male probably also in his mid-20s. Height and weight are not known. He was wearing jean shorts, a black T-shirt and black running shoes with light-colored accents.
Anyone with information that might help in solving the crime is asked to call the Division of Police at 277-1710. Those who wish to remain anonymous may use the tip line at 277-1808.