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Police warn about stolen prescription drugs

Posted on 26th January 2015

Police have warned about the dangers of drugs stolen from a pharmacy in Chesterfield.

At 3.30am on Friday 23rd January Lloyds Pharmacy, Wardgate Way, Chesterfield was burgled. A substantial amount of drugs was taken which included Amitriptylin, Amoxicillin, Dehydrocodone, DHC, Diclofenac,  Diazepam, Clonezepam, Nitrazepam and Nizatadine.

Anyone who takes any of these drug, that are no prescribed to them,  could put themselves at risk. Clonazepam is used to stop the effects of epileptic fits and could be particularly dangerous if used incorrectly.

If you are aware of the location of these drugs or have any other information regarding the burglary please contact officers on 101 quoting crime reference 3107/15.

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