Man Robs Ohio Pharmacy, Stuffs $90,000 Worth of Narcotics into Hello Kitty Tote Bag

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SCREENSHOT FROM SURVEILLANCE VIDEO
  • Screenshot from surveillance video

Police are searching for a man who robbed an Ohio Discount Drug Mart of over $90,000 of narcotics on Saturday, and carried out his booty in a Hello Kitty tote bag. 

Video surveillance from the Shelby, OH pharmacy shows a man brandishing a gun and climbing over the checkout counter at approximately 11:20 a.m. and demanding the drugs from an employee. She obliges, and, as giddy as a Japanese school girl, the suspect flees the scene in what employees believe was an older model white SUV. 



Witness describe the man as a 5'8" white male in his late 20s or early 30s with brown hair and red facial hair. A man fitting this description, and also carrying a Hello Kitty bag, was spotted just before the robbery at shop in Plymouth. Nothing was taken from the first location.

Folks can watch the entire surveillance video below, courtesy of the Mansfield News Journal



Anyone with information is asked to kindly call the Shelby Police Department at 419-347-2242.


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