- Associated Press - Wednesday, July 7, 2010

EDMOND, OKLA. (AP) - Police said a local pharmacist gained a measure of revenge against a serial burglar in a sweet fashion. Police said they responded to an alarm at the Clinic Pharmacy on Sunday morning and found a window broken and four pill bottles of hydrocodone were missing.

But they said the pharmacist told them that because of recent burglaries, he had filled the pill bottles with chocolate candy instead of the drug.

Police said they don’t have any suspects in the break-in.

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