Police investigate burglaries, shootings and attempted bank robbery

The Scott City Police Department released surveillance photo of a burglary suspect that broke into the Medicap Pharmacy early Tuesday morning.
Cape Girardeau Police are also investigating a burglary at John's Pharmacy that happened Tuesday morning.
Cape Girardeau Police are investigating an attempted bank robbery at a U.S. Bank Thursday afternoon.
Carly O'Keefe sat down with the parents of a Benton, Illinois teen who they say is abusing pain pills.
Police are still looking for the suspect involved in a deadly shooting in Charleston.
A southern Illinois man will spend the next 40 years behind bars after pleading guilty to a 2010 deadly shooting.
A Graves County man died after being shot in the leg, and his girlfriend accused of pulling the trigger.  Charges against the woman were upgraded to murder Wednesday.
There is a scheduled informational protest for today about post office cutbacks in Cape Girardeau.  Christy Millweard will be there and have the latest on Heartland News.
Bob Reeves says the warming trend and chance of showers will continue throughout the weekend.
Former Missouri Gov. Roger Wilson has been indicted on charges he misappropriated $5,000 from a firm created by the state Legislature to provide worker's compensation insurance and where he served as CEO.
A Florida investigator who has been involved in the Elizabeth Gill case is in Cape Girardeau for the first time. Gill has been missing since 1965.  Holly Brantley will tell you what clues the investigator is looking for, and talks to Elizabeth's mother tonight on Heartland News.
Legislation allowing Missourians to place their cell phone numbers on the state's telemarketing No Call List is moving forward.
Malden has a new cyber-crimes unit that comes on the heels of an investigation of women being  taped while tanning.  We will have more on this story tonight on Heartland News at six.
Crystal Britt reports there are 11 sets of twins at one southeast Missouri school!  She will have more on this story tonight at six.
Authorities in the northeast Missouri town of Palmyra are on the lookout for kangaroos.  Really.
Have a great evening,

James Long
KFVS12 Web Producer

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