Dispatcher: "911 What's your emergency?"An officer did eventually show up, but was unable to open the security door. About 45 minutes later, the store manager arrived at the scene and let Hathaway out, reports Fox 35.
Caller: "I just have a question. I was in the CVS, and I think they just locked me in the building."
Dispatcher: "Ok is anyone inside the building beside yourself?"
Caller: "No, I started screaming, 'Hello! is anyone in here? Hello?' And no one is in this building, but the alarm is going off." Dispatcher: "Ok an officer will be dispatched as soon as possible."
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