Drugs are the devil. Police in Seattle are looking for a woman who they say posed as a hospital staffer while trying to steal drugs from machines designed to administer pain medication to patients. According to reports, the unidentified woman was seen a patient's rooms manipulating the patient-administered pain medication machine, or PCA, at Swedish Medical Center earlier this month. The patient questioned the woman, who then left. Police said that when the real nurse came into the room, she noticed the line from the PCA to the patient had been cut and that pain medication was dripping on the floor. There were also indications that the suspect had tried to pry the PCA open to get access to the medication. Police said there was a report a short time later of the same woman looking into patients’ rooms on another floor. A staff member asked the woman what she was doing. She allegedly said she was there to check the PCA machines, which the staffer thought nothing of since two PCAs had recently been taken out of service. The woman then went into another patient’s room, where the patient’s family was also present. The family said the suspect acted like she was checking the PCA, but left when the alarm went off. A family member said there was blood dripping on the floor and lines to the patient’s PCA had been cut. Police said about two feet of tubing from PCAs were taken and possibly some pain medication that was in the tubes. The woman, seen in surveillance video, above, also used medical terminology and answered questions from hospital staff confidently.