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Euthanasia drugs stolen from vets in Cambridge

Warning after drugs stolen from vets Credit: PA

Euthanasia medication, which poses a threat to life if consumed, has been stolen from vets in Cambridge.

It happened between 5pm on Wednesday 21st and 10am yesterday (22nd March ), when thieves entered the veterinary vehicle at the University of Cambridge and stole seven bottles of medication.

A police spokesperson said: “It is possible the thieves may have thought they were stealing medication such as ketamine but this is not the case.

“The medication they have taken is extremely dangerous if taken and would pose a threat to life to any individual who were to consume it.”

Anyone with information is asked to call police on 101.


Driver breath tested after spectacular crash

The crashed car Credit: BCH Road Policing

A driver is on his way into police custody to have his blood alcohol level tested after crashing his car in Peterborough this morning.

The BCH Road Policing Unit says he was standing by his car when they arrived and blew a breath test reading of 72 ugl by the roadside, thats more than double the limit.

No-one was injured in the crash.

Another view of the crashed car Credit: BCH Road Policing
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