Police responded to a retail theft call at the CVS on Sheldon Road on Oct. 23, according to a police report.
The store manager told police that two men, one with braids, left the store on foot with their jackets full of merchandise. Police searched, but did not locate them in the area, the report said.
The men stole four to six bottles of Ciroc liquor, which are valued at $34.99 each, the report said.
The manager told police she had been restocking the liquor area when she saw the two men in that area of the store. When she went to the front of the store, they walked up another isle and left the store. The manager said she immediately checked the liquor area and saw the Ciroc was missing, the report said.
The manager said she went outside and saw the men walking northbound from the store and called out to them to come back, but they continued walking quickly. She yelled out that she was calling the police, the report said.
The manager described the men as being in their late 30s to early 40s, the report said.