David Allen Crow (Photo: SCSO)
PULASKI COUNTY, Ark. (KTHV) - The Pulaski County Sheriff's Office said the man shown in surveillance video during a burglary at Fred's has been found.
Lt. Carl Minden said the Saline County Sheriff's Office believed a person in their custody as of Thursday who matched the description of the person they were looking for. Minden said deputies questioned David Allen Crow, 32, and got a confession out of him regarding the burglary.
Crow is currently in the Saline County Jail on hold for the Pulaski County charge. The Saline County Sheriff's Office website indicates that Crow has been charged with possession of controlled substance with intent to deliver and possession drug paraphernalia. Minden said this is apparently the fifth time Crow has been charged with burglarizing the Arch Street Fred's.
Deputies said Crow broke in through the back door of the business and took a large quantity of prescription narcotics. Investigator said they found the pharmacy in complete disarray.
The surveillance video showed the man in question wearing cargo khaki shorts, a horizontal striped shirt, black flip flops, and what appeared to be brown gloves. He appeared to be in his 20's or 30's and was medium height with a stocky build.
Deputies also said he entered the pharmacy and used a large trash can to carry the stolen goods. A neon-yellow safety vest was located near the entrance that the suspect was seen wearing going into the store. Two pry bars were also found at the main entrance and could to have been used to pry the doors open.
The manager of the Sonic next door said he heard a loud pop as he was getting ready to open his store around 6:50 a.m., and heard an alarm sound, but attributed it to a an employee trying to open the store and failing to disable to alarm. He said he saw no vehicles in the parking lot and no one leaving the store.
The quantity and value of drugs stolen is currently unknown.
If you have any information on this theft, please call the Pulaski County Sheriff's Office as soon as possible at (501) 340-6600.