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Warning to public after medication is lost in Wirral
11:17am Thursday 16th August 2012 in News
POLICE are urging the public to be on their guard after a quantity of prescription medication was lost in Birkenhead.
It was reported lost last night by the owner after the owner left it in a bag in a bus stop near Claughton Road.
Members of the public are warned that it is extremely dangerous to take medication that is not prescribed to them and would be particularly harmful to children.
It consists of: 28 Asprin dispersible low dose tablets 75 mg; 56 Metformin Hydrochloride tablets 500mg; 100 Novofine needles for insulin pens 30g; 28 Atorvastatin tablets 80mg; 28 Amlodipine tablets 10mg; Three Novomix 30 flexpen, suspension for injection 100 units; 28 Atenolol tablets 50mg; 56 Monomil Xl M/R tablets 60mg; Glyceryl trinitrate CFC free pump spray 400 micrograms; Four Caverjet dual chamber injection 20 micrograms; 60 Circadin M/R tablets 2 mg; 30 Concerta XL M/R tablets 36mg; 30 Concerta XL M/R tablets 27mg; Two inhalers.
Anyone who discovers the medication is asked to hand it in to their nearest police station. The medication can also be handed in to the nearest chemist.