Dedicated pharmacies are often the targets of opioid-related thefts, but supermarket-based businesses are far from immune. Along with Whitney’s, dozens of other pharmacies inside food retailers have experienced hold-ups. “This class of drugs is the most common target of pharmacy robberies by drug seekers to sell or satisfy their own addiction,” said Cathy Polley, a registered pharmacist and vice president of health and wellness at the Food Marketing Institute, ...

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