Urgent public warning following theft of dangerous drugs in Galway
The drugs stolen are intended for animal use only and can be lethal if consumed by humans.
Gardaí are urgently appealing to the public for information on the whereabouts of a number of dangerous drugs stolen in Galway on Wednesday (9 February).
The substances were taken during a burglary at a premises in Loughrea in the early hours of Wednesday morning.
The drugs stolen during the course of this burglary are primarily intended for animal use only and can be dangerous if consumed by humans.
The list of drugs taken includes:
• Euthatal: 11x 100ml – barbiturate euthanasia (lethal)
• Chanazine 2%: 12 x 25mls – a sedative
• Medesedan: 4 x 10mls – a sedative
• Torbugesic: 1 x 10mls – a sedative
• Ketamine: 3 x 50mls
• Ketufen: 100ms x 5 – an anti-inflammatory drug
• Flunixin: 1 – an anti-inflammatory drug
If anyone comes into contact with what they suspect to be these substances, Gardaí are urging them not to consume the drugs, and to hand them in to any Garda Station so that the drugs can be taken out of circulation.
Gardaí are asking that anyone with information on the whereabouts of these drugs contact Loughrea Garda Station on 091 841222, 999/112 or the Garda Confidential line on 1800 666 111.