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Drugs go missing in Ipswich

PUBLISHED: 10:21 20 November 2001 | UPDATED: 15:21 03 March 2010

IPSWICH police have issued a warning after potentially lethal prescribed drugs were mislaid in the town.

Some 30 Physeptone tablets, which were contained in a sleeve within a box, were lost in the Station/Rectory Road area of Ipswich at about 10.

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IPSWICH police have issued a warning after potentially lethal prescribed drugs were mislaid in the town.

Some 30 Physeptone tablets, which were contained in a sleeve within a box, were lost in the Station/Rectory Road area of Ipswich at about 10.30 pm last night.

Anyone who finds these drugs are urged to hand them into Ipswich police station immediately.

The drugs were mislaid by a member of the public and could be lethal in the wrong hands.


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