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Trevor Sherwood
Trevor Sherwood writes crime and policing news and graduated Teesside Uni with a degree in Crime & Investigation.

Police are appealing for information following a recent burglary of a Stanley based veterinary office where numerous drugs were stolen.

ADS Corbett of Consett CID stated, “These drugs are designed for animal and equine use only and would be extremely dangerous if ingested of injected by humans.”

“It cannot be stressed enough how dangerous the stolen drugs are to humans, and I would strongly advise any person involved in the theft, or the purchase of any offered drugs not to ingest or inject them.”

The public are asked to report any information in relation to the burglary, to the Police via the 101 telephone number or the crime stoppers helpline -0800 555 111.

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