The incident occurred early Thursday, June 14. Video shows that at approximately 8:20 a.m., a male entered Hart's and went directly down the hallway toward the bathrooms. He entered a janitor's closet but did not exit.
The suspect appeared ten minutes later in the pharmacy video entering through a ceiling tile, his face covered with a dark shirt.
Video shows him making several trips up and down the aisle on the east side of the pharmacy, and as he attempted to exit through the ceiling, the shirt hiding his face dropped down and the camera captured a clear view of his head from the side.
ESPD believes the individual to have short blond hair and he is believed to be between 5'5" -- 5'8" and weigh between 125 -- 150 pounds.
Eureka Springs Det. Thomas Achord said the suspect apparently tried to disable surveillance equipment because he damaged electronics to the pharmacy's computer, alarm and video systems.
ESPD later recovered and analyzed the hard drive to the video system.
Fetanyl is not sought after on the street because it does not provide a "high" in its patch form, and used improperly it can quickly incapacitate or kill a person.
The suspect also took some pre-bagged prescriptions. ESPD is pursuing all leads in this case, and does have some forensic evidence. Because of the danger and nature of the stolen narcotic, ESPD requested any information from the public.