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Police warning after potentially dangerous medication stolen during Stratford burglary

Stratford Editorial 30th Sep, 2015 Updated: 28th Oct, 2016

A WARNING has been issued by police after anti-psychotic drugs were stolen during a burglary in Stratford.

An unknown quantity of the medication, Chlorosyl were taken from an address in the Bishopton area sometime between 9am on Friday (September 25) and 3.30pm on Saturday (September 26).

Police are urging people not to take the medication, as it is a controlled drug and could be highly toxic and potentially fatal if taken by someone who it has not been prescribed to.

An LG TV and Sony Speakers were also stolen during the burglary.

Anyone who may have seen the stolen items, or who has information about the burglary is asked to call police on 101.

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