• Police are searching for the man seen in this surveillance photo in connection with a painkiller theft in Boulder last month.

  • Police have released this sketch of a man suspected of stealing painkillers from a Boulder Rite Aid last month.



BOULDER, Colo. –

Boulder police are looking for a man they say robbed a Rite Aid pharmacy of painkillers.

The man walked into the 4770 Baseline Road pharmacy March 15 and handed an employee a note saying he had a gun and demanding Oxycodone and Oxycontin painkillers. He was given the drugs and left.

The suspect is described as a Hispanic male, 25 to 30 years old, about 5 feet, 4 inches tall. He had a heavy-set face with a thin mustache and beard.

Anyone with information is asked to contact detective Jeremy Frenzen at 303-441-3330. To remain anonymous, contactNorthern Colorado Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 or www.crimeshurt.com.

Archived comments

is it me, or is there a pattern developing?


4/2/2009 8:11:27 PM

I’d be looking for a recently fired nurse who was stealing pain meds from patients that might have shaved his horrible curls and grown a faux beard. Same build, same drug habit. Just a thought.


4/2/2009 8:56:55 PM

I’d be looking for a fat Mexican.


4/2/2009 9:28:12 PM

Short fat Hispanic….good luck with that one


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4/3/2009 6:12:57 AM

The police aren’t the only ones looking for him.;)


4/3/2009 8:09:04 AM

This is the same story that was reported before. They have finally realeased photo/sketch.


4/3/2009 8:38:55 AM

You know, if you could buy Vicodin over the counter, the addicts driving these people to steal would be able to buy their drugs, instead of participating in criminal activity.Let’s face it, the fact that drugs are illegal isn’t stopping anyone from taking them.


4/3/2009 8:43:05 AM

“Let’s face it, the fact that drugs are illegal isn’t stopping anyone from taking them.”

The light is getting brighter…

End the War on Freedom of choice


4/3/2009 6:34:05 PM

bouldermeister notices the pattern

On wonders if the perp is a Libertarian. Evidently he wanted to trade his Gun for Drugs. But the Rite Aid employee did the Rite thing. Gave the drugs for free without barter for the value of the Gun.


4/3/2009 7:52:40 PM