84-Year-Old Man Falls Victim to Greenville Pain Medication Theft

A Greenville pain medication theft is being investigated by the police. The victim, an 84-year-old man, was robbed in a Walgreens parking lot, on Stantonsburg Road.

The victim was on his way to his car with his prescribed pain medication; a suspect came at him from behind and snatched them from his hand. The stolen items have been marked as Hydrocodone pills and a Gabapentin bottle which are valued at $800 and $500 respectively; amounting to $1,200 in total. According to the police, the victim was uninjured and no weapons were used in the incident.

The Greenville pain medication theft suspect has been described as being between 5-foot-2 and 5-foot4 in height. The suspect was wearing jeans, a winter hat, and a jacket. The suspect has also been reported to be last seen in a small white SUV or a white cross-over vehicle.

Anyone who has any details on this incident has been requested to contact Pitt-Greenville CrimeStoppers. They can be reached at 758-7777.

Other assault cases that have been released by the police department to the public include:

  • 13th January, 2:25-2:29 p.m. at 3900 block Sterling Pointe Drive: Assault on a woman at her residence (case inactive)
  • 13th January, 2:29 p.m. at 250 S.W. Greenville Blvd: Unknown person assaulted a man at Murphy USA (case active)

If you or a loved one are seeking justice after experiencing an assault, get in touch with our Greenville personal injury lawyers.

Source: https://www.reflector.com/news/crime/crime-roundup-police-investigate-strongarm-robbery-of-pain-medication/article_a22ca414-5dfd-5bc1-9bdf-ab3fb5cd5ecb.html