Man Pleads Guilty To $90 Million Dollar Drug Heist

From The Huffington Post

• NEW HAVEN, Conn.

• Thieves broke into the Enfield warehouse of pharmaceutical company Eli Lilly & Co. in 2010 by scaling an exterior wall and cutting a hole in the roof. They lowered themselves to the floor and disabled alarms before using a forklift to load pallets of drugs into a getaway vehicle.

• Quote from the Acting U.S. Attorney Deirdre Daly
"The Eli Lilly theft is reportedly the largest in Connecticut history, and I commend the FBI in New Haven and the Enfield Police Department, as well as our counterparts in the Central District of Illinois and other jurisdictions, for their cooperative investigative efforts in dismantling a prolific cargo theft ring."