Two Lakewood Pharmacies Broken into in Lakewood [PHOTOS]

Two Lakewood pharmacies were broken into overnight in Lakewood, TLS has learned.

Two suspects are accused of breaking the front door to the two pharmacies early this morning, and made off with drugs.

Lakewood’s Detective Bureau, CSI and the DEA are investigating.

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6 COMMENTS

  1. “Two suspects are accused”?
    “Suspects” means there is a suspicion related to two particular people. “Accused” means they have been caught and charged. If that is not the case, it is two individuals broke into 2 pharmacies. They are not suspects and they are not accused. They are two perpetrators of the acts and, until they are actually known, arrested and/or charged, they are neither suspects nor accused.

    Don’t mean to be so picky, but if you want to do journalism, you need to be accurate.

  2. This story is really serious.
    These thefts can trigger a drug shortage.
    It could be these are the guys who stole thousands of dollars worth of drugs from the pharmacies in California.
    Many pharmacies simply closed their doors forever. I hope that they don’t make NJ another California.
    Maybe we need to ask God to help us.

    • you sound like a clown there is never gonna be a drug shortage if the u.s is always getting their drugs from mexico and the cartels. even if they close doctors will always have these types of drugs hidden somewhere

      • Listen, Bozo, the issue with pharmaceutical drug shortages is real and has nothing to do with the drug traffic across the Southern border. Mexican drug cartels are not shipping children’s Advil and anti-biotics to the US. If someone sounds like a clown…..

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