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Photos: Cleveland FBI seeking help identifying looters seen taking safe with narcotics from CVS on Euclid Avenue

CVS looting during the May 30 riots.
Posted at 11:02 AM, Aug 05, 2020
and last updated 2020-08-05 11:02:58-04

CLEVELAND — The Cleveland Division of the FBI released photos Wednesday of individuals wanted in a theft of a safe from a CVS on Euclid Avenue during the May 30 riots in downtown Cleveland.

CVS looting during the May 30 riots.
The Cleveland Division of the FBI is seeking help from public to identify looters wanted for taking pharmacy safe.

On May 30, a group of unknown looters were seen ripping a safe off the wall from behind a CVS pharmacy counter. The safe contained controlled substances which makes this theft a violation of federal law, the FBI said.

CVS looting during the May 30 riots.
The Cleveland Division of the FBI is seeking help from public to identify looters wanted for taking pharmacy safe.

Moments later, the group of looters is seen carrying the safe out of CVS and into a nearby parking lot where the safe was opened and prescription narcotics were stolen.

CVS looting during the May 30 riots.
The Cleveland Division of the FBI is seeking help from public to identify looters wanted for taking pharmacy safe.

The FBI said it is searching for other individuals wanted in the looting of other downtown businesses during the riots.

CVS looting during the May 30 riots.
The Cleveland Division of the FBI is seeking help from public to identify looters wanted for taking pharmacy safe.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the Cleveland Division of the FBI at 216-622-6842, the Cleveland Division of Police or Crime Stoppers at 216-252-7463.

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