Prescription drugs stolen after burglary in Ulverston
Published at 22:47, Friday, 08 February 2013
POLICE are appealing for information after prescription medication was stolen from a house in Ulverston.
The incident occurred at a property in Oakwood Drive, on Tuesday February 5.
Between 4-7pm an unknown intruder entered the house through an unsecured ground floor window, while the owner was out.
After a search of the house quantities of Diazepam, Nitrazepam and Cyclazocine, all in tablet form, were taken.
Police say anyone who may find any medication should turn it into to their local police station.
Anyone with any information on the incident should call Barrow CID on 101.
Published by http://www.nwemail.co.uk
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It seems that every time you report this type of crime, you always spell at least one of the drugs incorrectly. For accuracy of reporting surely you check such things....try using google or ask your local pharmacist before printing.
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