Warning after potentially lethal pills are stolen from Ravenscliffe (From Bradford Telegraph and Argus)
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Police urge anyone offered drugs to get in touch
7:12pm Wednesday 13th February 2013 in News
Police in Bradford have issued a warning and made an urgent appeal to trace potentially lethal prescription drugs.
A bottle of Gabapentin tablets (white with blue writing) and MST Morphine tablets (a beige/orange colour) used to treat cancer, were stolen from a Rover car in Ranelagh Avenue, Ravenscliffe.
The pills were removed from the car between 9.45pm on Monday and 8am yesterday.
They could be dangerous if consumed by someone for whom they are not prescribed.
Anyone who has been given such items is urged to contact the police immediately and not to take them.
Anyone with information about their location should contact police on the non-emergency number, 101.