Eli Lilly discloses complete heist take to FDA

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Eli Lilly has fully disclosed to the Food and Drug Administration and law enforcement the contents of the enormous $75 million pharmaceutical heist that took place last week at the company's Enfield, Conn., warehouse.

In addition to the company's attention deficit hyperactivity drug Strattera and its two cancer drugs (Alimta and Gemzar), the thieves also got away with several production lots of their two top-selling drugs: the anti-psychotic Zyprexa and the anti-depressant Cymbalta.

No word yet on whether law enforcement has any leads.

By Ross Bonander

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