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Warning after medication stolen in Grange

[P]olice have been informed that a quantity of medication was stolen this morning (23rd August 2017) in Grange.

A rucksack was left on a bench on Main Street, Grange, and sometime between 9am and 11am it was taken.

The bag contained one box of 40 Pregabalin tablets, as well as a mobile phone worth £90 and a blue and white Adidas hoodie.

These drugs could cause harm if they are taken by people who do not medically require them.

Police are urging anyone who may find medication that does not belong to them to take it to their nearest police station or pharmacy.

Anyone who has any information about the theft should call Cumbria Police on 101 and quote log number 123 of today, or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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