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Monday, January 28, 2013

Burglars Smash Front Door At Pharmacy/Steal Drugs

A burglary at Buchanan Brothers Pharmacy 
in Eldred Borough, McKean Count, overnight is under investigation by State Police at Kane.

Trooper Daniel J. Woods said unknown actor(s) smashed the glass out of the front door of the business at approximately 3:45 AM and removed prescription medicines before fleeing the scene.

Anyone with any information on this incident is asked to contact PSP Kane at 814-778-5555.

13 comments :

Anonymous said...

what is going on in Eldred the last few days guns and now drugs...

Anonymous said...

wonder if its the same person/people who hit Taylor & Robins. pretty scary

Anonymous said...

It seems oblivious to me that this uptrick in hanus behavior is because we have more people hopped up on druggs. Tune in, turn on and drop out was the old saying and it is worst then ever now.

Anonymous said...

This is what happens when the government starts taking guns away from the good guys. The bad guys steal them and sell them to more bad guys. The drugs just follow along as well. We need to fight for our rights as American citizens

Anonymous said...

That's right, blame everything on the government.

Anonymous said...

Give it a break this has nothing to do with the government or gun laws this is just low lifes being stupid I am totally for supporting are 2nd Amendment but to blame everything on gun laws just shows how lame people can be

Anonymous said...

Wheres the Eldred police Department at 3;45 a.m. ????????

Anonymous said...

The E.P.D. was probably home in bed @ 3:45 am

Anonymous said...

RE: Monday, January 28, 2013 at 8:16:00 PM EST

I guarantee that if there was a story on here 24 hours before this post that the Eldred PD would now have a patrol officer on duty 24 hours a day 7 days a week... you would be one of the first ones oh here running your mouth about how unnecessary it is and it is a waste of taxpayer money, Which IM sure that you dont even Pay taxts... Jus Sayn...

Anonymous said...

2:36 What is taxts??? I pay taxes,and I am very suprised there is no local police protection in the early morning hours. lock your doors, arm yourself without local police protection you are at the mercy of the state police. do you know how many officers patrol the whole county at night? usually two they can be hours away. a nice feeling huh?

Anonymous said...

Dont feel too secure, the police carry guns to protect themselves

Anonymous said...

just think they want everybody to pay more taxes to pay the e.p.d. i don.t what to want 2. they just spend more on coffee at crossroads .

Anonymous said...

I believe deputizing local citizens may be the answer