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Doctor's office theft a case of bad medicine

Our uninvited guest was caught in the act on surveillance camera at Huntsville Hospital April 25th. Our uninvited guest was caught in the act on surveillance camera at Huntsville Hospital April 25th.
HUNTSVILLE, AL (WAFF) -

Talk about having "just what the doctor ordered."

A doctor's office was broken into by a thief, but we're hoping the surveillance pictures might be the "prescription" to solve this crime.

Our uninvited guest was caught in the act on surveillance camera at Huntsville Hospital April 25th.

According to police, he broke out a window on the north stairwell at the Blackwell Tower parking garage and was able to get into a doctor's office. They say he stole a small safe.  

Leaders at Huntsville Hospital put out "wanted posters" at buildings all across the hospital campus.

Unfortunately that didn't work, so they've asked us to show it to a whole lot more people with a whole lot more money involved.

HPD describes the thief as between 5-10 and 6-1 inches tall, weighing anywhere from 190 pounds to 230 pounds.

And he was wearing a Chicago Bears sweatshirt.

Any idea who he is? If you know, you'll be putting some wads of cash in your own safe. There's up to a thousand dollars in reward money.

You can phone in your anonymous tips to 256-53-CRIME (27463). Or to text or e-mail an anonymous tip, head to our Crime Stoppers page for details.

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