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Vandalism at T&T Drugs in Henderson Prompts Police Investigation

The Henderson Police Department is searching for a suspect who attempted to bust out the glass on the front door of T&T Drugs over the weekend.

Posted: Mar 3, 2021 3:13 PM
Updated: Mar 3, 2021 6:33 PM

Over $1,000 dollars worth of damage was done at T&T Drugs in Henderson over the weekend after the police department says someone attempted to bust out the glass of the business's front door.

According to the Henderson Police Department, officers responded to T&T Drugs on Clay Street on Monday after an employee called and said someone had attempted to bust out the glass of the front door.

"We've had break-ins off and on the whole time I've been a pharmacist here," a pharmacist at T&T Drugs explained. "And I think most pharmacists have, probable more so in this neighborhood than others just because we're isolated out here, we're far away from the police station."

HPD says that while there was video surveillance of the incident, the identity of the suspect remains unknown.

Anyone with more information on the incident is asked to call HPD at 270-831-1295.


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