Posted: Thu 17th Oct 2013

Tablets stolen in Connah`s Quay house burglary could be fatal

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Thursday, Oct 17th, 2013

Police are urging anyone who comes across tablets stolen from a  house in Park Grove  Connah’s Quay on October 14 and to call 101.

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Thieves stole the  pain killers Codeine Phosthate and  Duloxitine capsules, as well as Warfarin tablets and an antibiotic, Oxytetracyclin.

Taking any of these tablets without correct medical guidance, especiallyWarfarin or the painkillers could prove fatal.

The antibiotic  could cause nausea  and vomiting.

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