Lethal drugs stolen from vet's car in Norfolk

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Lethal drugs used by vets to humanely destroy animals have been stolen from a car in Norfolk.

Police urged anyone with information to contact them after the drugs were taken from a white Land Rover Freelander in St Margaret's Place in Grimston.

Among the items stolen in the theft on Tuesday evening were drugs called Euthatal, Somuluse and Sedaxyla which are lethal to humans.

A dark grey Toshiba Satellite laptop was also stolen.

A police spokesman said: "The drugs stolen are extremely dangerous and could prove fatal in the wrong hands. We urge anyone with information to contact police."

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