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'Dangerous' drugs taken from house.

POLICE are hunting a batch of stolen prescription drugs which could be dangerous to the public.

And another quantity of tablets were left on a bus.

The stolen pills - 10 x 10mg Diazepam tablets, 15 x 100mg Tramadol tablets, 30 x 50mg Piriton tablets, 56 x 250mg Mebeverine tablets and 21 Atenolol tablets - were taken from a house in Cardiff, on Thursday.

A passenger is believed to have left 28 2mg Diazepam tablets and seven 10mg Tamazapam tablets on a number 23 bus from Whitchurch to Cardiff Central bus station at around 10.30am on Wednesday.

Police say any of the tablets could be dangerous if taken without medical supervision or in large quantities.

Anyone with information on the stolen drugs, should call Cathays police on 029 2022 2111 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555111. If you have information about the lost drugs call 029 2022 2111.
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Publication:South Wales Echo (Cardiff, Wales)
Date:Mar 8, 2003
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