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NASHVILLE, TN (WSMV) -

Police are searching for five men in south Nashville after a break-in at a pharmacy Monday morning.

The men reportedly jimmied open the metal roll cage and then smashed a glass window on the side of DCA Pharmacy & Homecare on Trousdale Drive around 2:45 a.m.

Police say one man opened the cash register while the other four ran to the back of the pharmacy and took medication. The store is working to figure out what was taken.

Someone saw the suspects running from the parking lot and called police.

The only description police have of the men is that they were wearing all black and jumped into a silver car to get away.

Police initially said only two people were wanted in connection to the crime but discovered the other suspects after watching surveillance footage.

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