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Warning after prescription drugs left on bus
8:46am Wednesday 24th October 2012 in News
POLICE have issued a warning to members of the public following the loss of a large quantity of prescription drugs in St Helens yesterday.
The medication was reported as lost at about 6pm on (Tuesday, October 23).
It is understood that the medication was lost at some point yesterday morning while the owner travelled on the number 10 bus, whihc runs between St Helens and Liverpool.
The drugs are in a paper bag which is inside a white Iceland carrier bag.
The medication consists of:
- 35 tablets of Risterdone
- A 400ml bottle of liquid Stelazine
- 14 Zopaclone tablets 14 Venlafaxine tablets
- 28 (30mg) Dihydrocodeine tablets
If you have found the lost medication contact Merseyside Police on 101, or hand the medication in to your nearest police station.
The drugs can also be handed in to your nearest chemist.
A police statement read: "Merseyside Police would like to remind members of the public that the taking of medication prescribed for another person could be dangerous, and in some cases fatal."