Police in Prince George’s County, Maryland, are searching for two people who used first responder rescue tools to break into a pharmacy Thursday morning.
The Bowie Police Department said officers were dispatched to a breaking and entering in progress at a CVS store on Crain Highway around 2:20 a.m., according to Fox 5 DC.
When officers arrived at the business, no one was inside or around the perimeter.
The department said officers immediately began reviewing the business’s surveillance footage.
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The security cameras showed two suspects dressed in black using a Halligan pry bar, which is a forcible entry tool used by firefighters, and a ‘jaws of life’ rescue tool to break into the store.
The suspects reportedly entered through the front door and left within three minutes of gaining access.
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Store employees told police no items were stolen during the incident.
Police are investigating the identities of the two suspects and how they obtained the first responder tools.
Further information has not yet been released.
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Anyone with information on the incident is asked to call Bowie police at 240-544-5700.
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