Man wearing skeleton costume steals erectile dysfunction drugs from pharmacy

Two of the suspects 
By: Wayne Morin

Police are looking to arrest a man who was wearing a skeleton costume while robbing a pharmacy.

Police said that the man in the costume and two accomplices, who were dressed in black, broke into two pharmacies in Dadeville, Alabama.

The men managed to steal thousands of dollars in erectile dysfunction medications from one location.

Police released photos of the suspects in hopes of identifying them.

Police said that the first theft took place at the Lakeshore Pharmacy, at around 2:00 a.m. on Saturday.

The suspects managed to get into the pharmacy by breaking a window. One man went inside with a duffle bag and he crawled around the store looking for the loot.

However, he left after 10 minutes, as he could not find what he was looking for. A store representative said that the thief did not take anything, but he caused $2,000 worth of damage while his accomplices acted as lookouts.

The three men then went to the Lake Martin Pharmacy, about one mile away. There, the men stole $3,200 worth of Cialis pills for erectile dysfunction along with $250 worth of miscellaneous prescription drugs.

Dadeville Police Unit responded to an alarm call at pharmacies, but by the time they got there, the suspects were gone. A $1,000 reward offered to anyone who can identify the thieves.