According to the San Francisco Police Department, a man — or men, with surprisingly similar taste and modus operandi — robbed two San Francisco pharmacies Thursday at gunpoint.

As Bay City News (via KTVU) reports, an Asian man between the ages of 20 and 40 hit the Walgreens at 3201 Divisidero Street (between Chestnut and Lombard Streets) at 7:20 a.m. Thursday. On that same day, at 4:15 p.m., a very similar (or the same) man robbed the Greenhouse Pharmacy at 1516 Noriega Street (between 22nd and 23rd Avenues).

In both cases, the man brandished a silver handgun and demanded drugs from the pharmacy clerks, then fled on foot. At Walgreens, he got four bottles of an unspecified drug.

In the Sunset, the man ordered the pharmacy clerk to "hand over whatever supply of the drug hydrocodone that the pharmacy had in stock," BCN reports.

Hydrocodone is a semi-synthetic opioid. You can find it in drugs like Norco, Vicodin, and Lortab.

Clarence Yuk, the owner of Greenhouse Pharmacy, told BCN that he "heard pills clinking in their bottles" when the suspect entered his store, suggesting, perhaps, that the robber had the previous heist's goods still on his person.

Though Yuk said that the store has a surveillance camera, it wasn't operative at the time of the robbery. Not that it would have done much good: according to Yuk, the suspect had most of his face covered and was dressed all in black.

According to BCN, Yuk said that this is the first time his business has been robbed, calling the event "exciting." But was it as exciting as when Matt Dillon and his friends did it? I mean, look at these people:

Update: According to the Ex, the same man, this time dressed as a clown, might have robbed four more pharmacies on Friday.

At 5:09 p.m., he robbed the Kaiser pharmacy on Geary Boulevard at Kaiser Permanente, An little after 6 he hit a pharmacy on the 300 block of 32nd Avenue. At 6:55 p.m. it was a pharmacy on the 900 block of Cole Street, and somewhere ion there he also fit in a robbery at a pharmacy on the first block of Castro Street. Same M.O. as the crimes on Thursday, but this time wearing white face paint and an orange-reddish wig.