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Warning as morphine stolen in Lowestoft

PUBLISHED: 10:02 31 July 2009 | UPDATED: 11:13 06 July 2010

A QUANTITY of morphine capsules were stolen in a burglary in the early hours of Wednesday and police are concerned that some may have been left in the area of Lowestoft seafront, particularly the Kensington Gardens area.

A QUANTITY of morphine capsules were stolen in a burglary in the early hours of Wednesday and police are concerned that some may have been left in the area of Lowestoft seafront, particularly the Kensington Gardens area.

They are described as 100mg Zomorph capsules in silver blister packs (10 x capsules in each pack). The capsules are described as being two-tone, one half off white and the other half opaque white with lots of tiny balls inside.

The medication could be dangerous and police are urging people to call 01986 835300 if the capsules are found or alternatively hand them in to the nearest police station. A man has been arrested.


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