BROWNWOOD, Texas - A Brownwood pharmacy was burglarized on Monday for the fourth time in less than a year.
Police responded to a call at Live Oak Pharmacy on 3703 Austin Avenue after the store's alarm went off, according to an incident report. Upon arriving, the officer saw "the back door had damage to the door and the frame."
Store owner Dennis Helbert said the thieves took $2,000 worth of prescription pain killers. Helbert told police he believes "the suspects had to be the same in all of the burglaries."
He said he was broken into before Monday's incident, but the suspects ran off once the alarm went off. Prior to that, his business was looted in December.
Police said two ladies cleaning a nearby office "saw a white, four-door Jeep parked a couple of buildings behind the pharmacy." The witnesses claim a female suspect saw them and walked back towards the Jeep to leave.
Brownwood Assistant Police Chief James Fuller said they're searching for a Jeep Patriot with two z's in the license plate. Two people are believed to be involved in Monday's burglary, according to the police report.