LIBERTY TWP., Ohio (WKBN) — Police are looking for a box truck after it drove through and destroyed a Rite Aid drive-thru Monday morning.

According to Liberty police, a box truck ripped down the pharmacy drive-thru at the Rite Aid on Belmont Avenue.

The box truck then fled the scene.

According to a police report, the truck had previously backed up and hit a rear window at Fast Trac, breaking it. The truck also hit a car there as it left the area.

According to Girard police, multiple departments were out looking for the truck on Monday. The truck had been reported stolen out of Charlotte, Michigan, according to the police report.

“He put minimal amount of gas in the vehicle, so we were thinking that it didn’t get too far. It’s a pretty noticeable, distinguishable truck. It’s red. It has two axles on the back and it has some lettering on it as well,” said Capt. Ray Buhala.

Anyone who may have seen the truck or knows the name of the driver is asked to contact Liberty Police.

No injuries were reported.

Chelsea Simeon contributed to this report.