19th July 2018
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Medication missing

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Police in Lerwick want to trace medication lost in the town some time between 10am on Monday and 6am on Tuesday.

The prescribed medication, which could be dangerous if it falls into the wrong hands, consists of three 60ml bottles of the heroin substitute methadone and 27 2mg white diazepam tablets.

If it is found, police are asking for it to be handed in to Lerwick Police Station.

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