A local pharmacy is cleaning up after a damaging break and enter on Thursday (March 16).
 
In the early morning hours, the suspect gained entry into the pharmacy area of an unnamed local business.
 
Though no narcotics were stolen, the business sustained significant damage during the crime.
 
"You can see, in the photo, that there is something in the individual's hand, however I couldn't speak with certainty what precisely that item is," said Constable Suzanne Ahlstrom of the Fort Saskatchewan RCMP.
 
Police are looking for the public's help in identifying the person believed to be responsible.
 
From surveillance video footage, the suspect is described as a caucasian female wearing black pants, a black jacket and large grey and yellow work gloves. The suspect was also using a white sheet to cover her face.
 
Anyone with information is asked to contact the Fort Saskatchewan RCMP or call Crime Stoppers at 1 (800) 222-8477.

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