UPDATE 7/30/2014 4:35 PM
Police are pushing for leads following the brazen robbery at the Williamstown Pharmacy last Thursday night.
Williamstown Police say they are following up on multiple leads.
The break-in resulted in more than $50,000 in losses and damage, including hundreds stolen from the register.
Prescription pills and Viagra were targeted with a street value upwards of $200,000.
Surveillance footage shows three men wearing hoodies, masks and gloves.
Two inside the store and one outside keeping watch.
UPDATE 7/25/2014 5:15 PM
A brazen break-in, with one guy watching the front door while two others went inside.
Employees of Williamstown Pharmacy found the door lock broken and the alarm ripped off the wall Thursday morning when they went to work.
Calling the police, the investigation continued Friday.
The footage shows one of the men waiting outside while the other two went in, stealing cash and drugs.
The suspects were wearing hoodies, masks and gloves.
$50,000 in loss and damage.
Plus hundreds stolen from the cash register.
Owner and pharmacist Sylvia Miles says the drugs are up to $200,000 in street value.
Miles says she had to turn people away Thursday until they could restock.
A dangerous situation with people who really need their medication.
Miles says she wants the community of Williamstown to wake up.
She says there is no reason to believe the drugs are not here.
Williamstown is not immune to the drug problem here in the Mid-Ohio Valley.
Police are asking if you know anything to please call the Williamstown Police Department at 304-375-4935.
Cash and prescription pills stolen from the Williamstown Pharmacy.
Police are asking for any information that could help solve this.
Investigators believe the robbers hit the pharmacy at about midnight.
Police say three men used a prybar to enter the Highland Avenue store from the front.
One of the men waited outside while the other two went in and stole cash and drugs.
Authorities say the suspects were all male, wearing hoodies, masks and gloves.
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