A burglary at a vets in Liverpool led to being robbed of large quantity of potentially dangerous drugs and cash.

On Friday morning, police were called for Medivets located on Green Lane in Mossley Hill as a result of reports of a robbery that was reported over the course of the night.

Merseyside police have made a call to the public to the public for information. The police have stated that the intake of drugs “may have catastrophic or lethal consequences.”

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Merseyside Police announced in a press release “We’re seeking leads following the theft of prescriptions from a veterinary clinic at Mossley Hill on Friday, 29 October.

“Officers were sent for Medivets in Green Lane at around 8.10 a.m. after they received information that suspects unknown gained entry over night and had robbed a substantial amount of cash and narcotics. The hunt for the drugs which were taken remains in progress.

“To discover those responsible, authorities are conducting CCTV, witness, and forensic investigations, and officers are encouraging anyone with information to come forward.”

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“It’s critical that whoever stole these medications understands that human ingestion can have significant or fatal consequences,” Detective Inspector Debbie Tipton stated.

“Similarly If you know the person responsible, or have been offered drugs that were stolen Please come forward promptly and we’ll ensure that the individual or people responsible are brought to justice.

“Please notify us if you spotted someone acting suspiciously in the vicinity, or if you captured their image or description on CCTV, dashcam, or other devices.”

By Mike Francis

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