Police are appealing for information after a woman who reported concerns following a night out in Middlesbrough was found to have rohypnol in her system.
The 41-year old woman was on a night out with friends on Saturday 9th November in Lloyds Bar when she was approached by
two men on the dance floor area, one of whom made comments about rohypnol before the men went into the toilets. The victim and the group she was out with then left the bar.
The victim returned home at around 3.20am and suffered side effects for the next three days before attending the University Hospital of North Tees, where a blood confirmed that rohypnol was present in her system. Although it is unknown exactly how the drug got into the victims’ system, police believe that her drink may have been spiked.
Police would like to speak with the two men from Lloyds Bar as it is believed that they may be able to assist with enquiries.
The first man is described as a white male, aged 30-40 years old, with short, dark hair, around 5ft 4” to 5ft 6” tall,
of medium build with a distinctive mole on his left cheek. He was clean shaven with a clear complexion and was wearing a light
The second man is described as a white male, aged in his late twenties with mousey brown hair, around 6ft tall and of slim build with a clear complexion.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Major Crime Detective, DC Richard Brocklesby, on the non-emergency 101 number or
Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.