ST. ALBANS, Vt. (AP) - A Vermont police department is warning that some of the drugs that were reported stolen from a St. Albans veterinary clinic could kill people who take them.
St. Albans Police say the burglary of the Champlain Veterinary Clinic was reported Tuesday morning and it happened sometime overnight.
Police say a "substantial amount and variety of medications" were stolen during the burglary, including Vetmedin, Valium, Compazine, Lidocaine, Ketaset, Epmephrin, Buprenex, Torbugesic, Prednisone, Depo Medroe, Benadryl, Dopram, Procainaomide, Telazol, Sodium Pentothal, Apomorphine, and many others.
Anyone with information about the case is asked to call St. Albans Police at 802-524-2166
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