The Colorado Real Estate Commission has “summarily suspended” the license of real estate broker Robert Marshman, after Marshman was accused of stealing prescription drugs from homeowners during showings.

The Colorado Real Estate Commission’s Division of Real Estate received three complaints alleging that Marshman was searching through homeowners’ medicine cabinets and personal belongings during showings and previews of homes for sale.

A subsequent investigation found that Marshman was searching for prescription medication, and stole prescription drugs belonging to the homeowner on an “unknown number of occasions.”

Marshman stands accused of two violations of Colorado real estate license law, specifically, “unworthy, incompetent practice” and “dishonest dealing.”

Marshman faces revocation of his real estate license and fines of up to $5,000.