Hilarious photo shows a man who broke into a pharmacy stuck in a pillar while hiding from the police
- The Texas police arrested a burglar who got stuck in the pillar and hid from the police
- Authorities said they responded to alarm bells at a CFS in Wharton
- When they arrived, they saw several burglars hiding in the ceiling
- One of the alleged burglars hid in a pillar from the outside of the building
The Texas police arrested a man who got stuck in a building pillar while he allegedly tried to break into a pharmacy.
The incident occurred at a CVS location in Wharton, Texas, around 6:00 AM on Wednesday.
The local police said they responded to an alarm at the pharmacy.
Once they arrived, they went to the pharmacy and noticed that burglars were hidden in the ceiling, researchers said.
Wharton police station arrested a man who got stuck in a pillar of a building
The suspect (above) hid himself in the pillar after he and a group of other suspected burglars broke into a CVS pharmacy
The police takes the suspect into custody after he has taken him safely from the pillar
One of the alleged burglars hid in a hollow pillar in front of the store, according to the police.
The authorities managed to safely release the man from the pillar before arresting him.
Police said there was also damage to the security gate.
The Wharton police posted an image on Facebook with the outside column where the burglar was hiding.
The burglars established a CVS pharmacy in Wharton, Texas, about 60 miles southwest of Houston
When the police arrived on the spot, they saw several burglars hiding in the ceiling
This burglar could not go anywhere after it was found by researchers who were hiding in the ceiling of the CFS
One of the suspects climbed down from the ceiling and under police custody
Law enforcement officers are seen above arresting another one of the suspects on Wednesday
So far, there is no word about how many suspects were arrested. None of the men arrested has been identified
The police included a drawing of a stick figure with the word & # 39; HERE & # 39; and an arrow pointing to the pillar.
Because the police felt that the public would not believe that a burglar got stuck there, the department also posted a picture of the man while hiding in the pillar.
The police station also posted a photo of the man who was taken into custody just after he was pulled out of the pillar.