Hull: Risk to public health following theft of veterinary medication

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Hull: Risk to public health following theft of veterinary medication

A blue Hyundai car, parked on Blackfriargate in Hull city centre was broken into between 7pm on Saturday 28 September and 2.15pm this afternoon.

A quantity of veterinary medication, contained within plastic containers, was stolen from the vehicle which has the potential to cause serious harm to human health if used inappropriately.

We are warning people of the potential risk to health and ask that if anyone knows the whereabouts of this medication they call us on 101 or hand it into a police station as soon as possible.

The medication stolen is marked clearly for animal use only and should not be taken by humans or disposed of inappropriately.

Please – do the right thing, hand it into the nearest police station or call us on 101 so that they can arrange for the items to be collected and disposed of to prevent risk to human health.

If you have information about this theft please call 101 and quote log 305 29/09/19.

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