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Warning on animal drug.

POLICE have warned people to be on their guard after an animal anaesthetic was stolen from Rugby's cattle market.

Two bottles of the liquid anaesthetic were taken from a locked cabinet in premises at the cattle market in Craven Road, Rugby, between 8pm on Monday and 8am on Tuesday.

The medicine, Dalacane, which was in two 100ml bottles, could be fatal to humans.

A number of syringes were also taken in the burglary.

Anyone who finds the bottles should take them to a pharmacy or a police station where the contents can be disposed of.
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Publication:Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)
Date:Dec 17, 2004
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