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Warning after drugs stolen from farm in Cleadon

09 Nov 2017 13:00 PM

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Northumbria Police are issuing a warning after a quantity of drugs were stolen from a farm in South Tyneside. Earlier this morning police received a report that around 30 sachets of Equipalazone had been taken from an address on Shields Road, Cleadon.

The drug, also known as bute, is commonly used to treat horses and is believed to have been taken earlier this week. The drugs stolen could prove dangerous or even fatal to anyone who takes them.

Anyone with any information of the whereabouts of the stolen medication is asked to contact us straight away on 101, quoting reference number 15 9/11/17.