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Two Columbia men face federal charges after allegedly breaking into a pharmacy

COLUMBIA, Mo. (KMIZ)

Two Columbia men now face federal charges after investigators say they broke into a pharmacy and stole thousands of dollars worth of drugs.

A new indictment accuses Reginald Jackson and James Jackson Junior of breaking into Kilgore's Pharmacy on Chapel Hill road on June 4.

Investigators say they have video of the burglary and a GPS tracker was also stolen. The tracker helped police go to the Ramada Inn off Conley.

The suspects are accused of taking a variety of prescriptions including oxycodone, morphine, oxycontin and other schedule II controlled substances.

The total drug loss value was reported to be $6,981.43, according to court documents.

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Karl Wehmhoener

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