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Hand in stolen tablets.

PRESCRIPTION drugs and tools were stolen from a car in Eston.

Police are warning members of the public not to consume the drugs if found, but to hand them into a pharmacy or a local police station.

The car was parked on Roseberry Crescent in Eston when the items were stolen, between 9.30pm on Wednesday July 1, and 7am on Thursday July 2. A grey/black rucksack was taken which contained a variety of tools. The bag also contained a quantity of prescription drugs including: Solpadol tablets | Levothyroxine tablets |(a mixture of 100mg and 50mg) Fexofenadine hydro-|chloride tablets 120mg Cetirizine hydrochlo-|ride tablets 10mg People are being urged not to consume the drugs.

Anyone who finds them should take them to their nearest pharmacy, or contact PC Wendy Rowe at Cleveland Police on the non emergency number 101.

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Publication:Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England)
Date:Jul 4, 2015
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