Comments for: Pills robbed from Rite Aid pharmacy in Bar Harbor Pills robbed from Rite Aid pharmacy in Bar Harbor The robbery was reported around 9 p.m. at the Rite-Aid pharmacy on Cottage Street. Read More Pills robbed from Rite Aid pharmacy in Bar Harbor Back to story → Guidelines for posting on bangordailynews.com The Bangor Daily News and the Bangor Publishing Co. encourage comments about stories, but you must follow our terms of service. Keep it civil and stay on topic No vulgarity, racial slurs, name-calling or personal attacks. People who harass others or joke about tragedies will be blocked. The primary rule here is pretty simple: Treat others with the same respect you'd want for yourself. Here are some guidelines (see more): It should be noted this is not a comprehensive list. Don't insult one another or the subjects of BDN stories. You may be ticked off at what someone did or said, but you can explain that without resorting to name-calling or obscenity. Remember that young people are on this site too. That nasty line that makes your buddies go "haw, haw"? You're better than that. Comments should be your own work, not copied and pasted from elsewhere, though brief quoted passages to make your point are fine. And please don't use all capital letters. There's no need to shout. Stay focused on the issue in the article. Off-topic posts will be deleted. This isn't a forum to chat about your personal life. Some ideas — the fate of the earth, abortion, gun control, the nature of God — aren't going to be resolved in a reader forum, so no need to get frustrated if others don't see your point of view. State your position once and leave it at that. If you mouse over each comment you will see a "Flag" button. Please use it if you feel comments on the site are out of line. Quite often, we won't see a comment until it's reported. Questions about why a comment was — or wasn't — deleted? E-mail us at email@example.com and let us know your username and where you posted or saw the comment. That's about it: Stick to writing about the stories; be civil; be kind; enlighten your neighbors. And we'll keep moderating posts to try to ensure everyone meets those standards. Anonymous Pot is much more of a problem as our medical community has created a pain pill epidemic. Anonymous And the beat goes on…………………….. Anonymous …hh…………….. Dirty Harry Here is a stunner a Rite Aid gets robbed. Anonymous To keep the disruption to a minimum for the regular customers they need to add a “robbery only” window. Anonymous Maybe Bar Harbor should open a Methadone clinic. It should be in a very convenient location, maybe close to the town wharf, so people can walk to it. There should be no need to discriminate, everyone should have access. You see if the town officials in Bar Harbor realize that once they open a methadone clinic crime will go down it’s a no brainahhhh. Anonymous Hmmmm… If the drug stores could only place a remotely activated “look-a-like” pill, that would either track or be set off remotely to start a fire, then the police might be able to quickly find these clowns… Anonymous Pills were STOLEN from pharmacy. The pharmacy was robbed. dee sooner or later they will run out of Rite aids to rob dee why is it Rite Aid that gets mostly robbed. it sounds like a inside job. information is being passed out from someone on how to rob rite aid and get away with it . might find the answer on you tube maybe Anonymous In this day and age why can’t every pharmacy have tiny GPS devices that would be part of a bottle cap, bag, pill or something so they can be easily tracked. Also the security cameras should be upgraded….just a couple thoughts. Ron Jordan Opiate addiction is a national eppidemic concentrated in local rural communities by pharmasudical outreach from both sides of jusdice. Medical marijauana can help stabalize the need to treat for the withdrawl from opiates. Offenders suffer tremendously from their withdrawal. The pill subboxone with properly regulated access will treat the medical condition of opiate addiction. However, until every american individual has access to proper medical care, there is no present avenue to effectively address the stabalization of the national and public eppidemic of opiate addiction. Compare the addiction and concquenses of tabbaco and the effectiveness of the Maine Tabbaco Help Line to avail counsling and nictine supplment support with the need to get the opiate addict saciaciated adaquately with medical marijauna.