DURANT, Okla. -- After a burglary last week, things are getting back to normal at a Durant pharmacy.
Representatives of Nichols Dollar Saver say the business was broken into after the store closed Thursday night.
The culprit entered through a glass window in front of the store and stole around $3,000 worth of drugs.
A pharmacy technician says they were left with empty shelves and had to borrow medication from other pharmacies to serve their customers.
"They did know where it was, exactly where the Lora tabs and Xanax were. They took just what they wanted and left," pharmacy tech Shelly Ash said.
So far, investigators say there are no suspects in the case.