Crime

Chicago Police Hunt For Armed Older Men Who Robbed Clinic Of Viagra

| by Sarah Fruchtnicht

Chicago police are searching for two men in their late fifties who robbed a clinic of its Viagra stash in broad daylight on Saturday.

Carrying guns, the pair held up staff and patients at 3 p.m. in Chicago’s Austin neighborhood.

They were caught on camera – neither had his face disguised, CBS Chicago reports.

When the men first entered the medical center they asked to see a dentist, but once an employee let them into the office they pulled out a pistol and a semi-automatic handgun. They told the clinic worker to put up his hands and get down on his knees.

They filled a box with drugs, including $1,700 worth of Viagra and $400 worth of Xanax and a codeine-laced cough syrup called Norco. They also took a $1,500 laptop and $65 cash from an employee's wallet.

Witnesses described the men as nervous as they went about the clinic and said they gave no indication that they would shoot anyone.

No arrests have been made. Police are asking for the public’s help in identifying the two men.

The suspects have no visible tattoos. One was wearing a Tasmanian Devil T-shirt. The other wore what appeared to be a medical bracelet.

Here is a picture of the two men from the surveillance video:

Sources: CBS Chicago, Daily Mail

Image Credit: Wikimedia Commons,