Medication stolen

Merseyside Police is appealing for the public to be cautious after veterinary medication was stolen in Wirral.

The medication was in Kia Soul car which was stolen between 9.30pm on Saturday 10 June and 1.15am on Sunday 11 June from outside a property on Brougham Road, Wallasey.

The medication includes Danilon and Parascend, commonly prescribed to horses.

Officers are warning people that veterinary medicine should not been taken by humans and taking it, or any medication not prescribed to them, could be dangerous, and in some cases prove to be fatal.

Anyone who finds any of the medication should hand it in to their local police station or call officers on the 101 number. Anyone with information about the theft of the car can call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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