It's a scene out of "Mission: Impossible." The Wall Street Journal reports that thieves cut a hole in the roof of an Eli Lilly warehouse in Connecticut, disabled the alarm, climbed down ropes, and stole $75 million in antidepressants and antipsychotics. Police say the wooden crates full of prescription pills were loaded onto a tractor-trailer and driven away.

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