NY Pharmacy Massacre

June 21, 2011 by USA Post 

NY Pharmacy Massacre, A massacre of pharmacy in a neighborhood of the city of New York left two employees and two customers killed Sunday morning. Police report that the attacker was likely a robbery attempt. The shooting occurred inside a family-owned pharmacy in Long Island, reports Associated Press. Police responded after an emergency call, as posted by someone in the pharmacy parking lot, but not in time to save the four people killed by gunfire.

No one inside the store survived, and the shooter fled the pharmacy. There are currently no suspects in custody.

Details such as names and ages of the victims of the massacre have not yet been released. Nor did the police know exactly what happened inside the store and why. According to Suffolk County police chief of detectives Dominick Varrone, the likely motive was theft.

AP said that news of the neighbors shooting was shocked.

“This is a family business,” said neighbor Kathy Culhane. “Everybody goes there. It is our neighborhood pharmacy. If you had a problem with the recipes, going to bat for you.”

Owner of the pharmacy and the Chief Pharmacist, Vindoa Kudchadkar has not yet commented on the incident.

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