FBI raids two locations connected to pharmacist

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CARMEL, Ind. (WISH) — The FBI raided two central Indiana locations connected to a state-licensed pharmacist Thursday.

Agents searched Proscript Pharmacy in north Indianapolis and a Carmel home on the 2400 block of Buckland Street.

A man named Ziad Khader owns Proscript Pharmacy, according to the U.S. Dept. Of Health and Human Services.

County records show Khader lived at the Carmel home which was also raided by the FBI.

Records filed this month show Khader’s wife, Hanady Nazzal, also lived in the home. Nazzal is a state-licensed dentist.

No one picked up the phone at Nazzal’s south Indianapolis office Thursday and no one answered the door at the Carmel home after the agents left.

Agents entered Proscript Pharmacy with video equipment and left with more than a dozen cardboard boxes.

An FBI spokesperson declined to say what detectives are looking for or why they are looking.

The FBI has not announced any charges or arrests in the case.

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