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IDAHO FALLS -- Police in Idaho Falls are investigating after two men entered an assisted living center in the middle of the night with a gun and took prescription drugs belonging to the center's residents.

The Post Register reports no one was injured.

Police say the men entered the Turtle and Crane Assisted Living Center at 3 a.m. Wednesday and forced a female employee to unlock a medicine cabinet.

Owner Ryan Rasmussen says 80 percent of what the men took was Xanax, a drug used to treat anxiety, panic disorders and insomnia. Police spokeswoman Joelyn Hansen says officers haven't determined how much medication was taken.

Rasmussen says none of the center's 48 residents was threatened.

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