21st April 2019
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Medication goes missing

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The police in Lerwick are advising people to be aware that important prescribed drugs were lost yesterday morning in town.

At around 9.45am quantities of Amitriptyline tablets and Tramadol tablets were lost. The medication had been prescribed by a medical expert and could pose a significant risk to health if taken, the police said.

They have asked that if anyone finds the medication they hand it in to the nearest pharmacy or police station.

If anyone has any further information about the matter they can contact the police on 101.

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