The Penobscot County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's help in solving a pharmacy break-in in Corinth. Someone forced their way into Corrado's Pharmacy early this morning.

Chief Deputy Troy Morton said in a press release today that the Sheriff's office was notified at around 1:30 this morning of a forced entry burglary at Corrado's Pharmacy, 325 Main Street in Corinth. Investigators found evidence of a forced entry and that several items had been taken from inside the store. Evidence, including security video, is currently being reviewed by the Sheriff's office.

Anyone traveling through Corinth at approximately 1:30 this morning that may have seen any suspicious vehicles or persons is encouraged to call the Penobscot County Sheriff's office at 945-4636.