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Burglars steal jewelry and heart medication from a house in Hanley

October 16, 2014, 5:48 pm

Police are appealing for witnesses following a burglary at a house in Dover Street, Hanley.

Between 5.45pm and 5.50pm yesterday (Wed) offender/s entered the house and searched the front room.

They stole a Lloyds pharmacy bag containing heart medication:

  • Cardicor (Bisoprolol) – in excess of 14 light orange heart-shaped tablets.
  • Ramipril – approx four red and white coloured capsules (for heart and blood pressure).

These tablets are prescribed for a specific medical condition and could prove dangerous if they fall into the wrong hands.

The offender/s also stole:

  • A silver-coloured medal for organ playing at Victoria College of Music with blue ribbon and pin.
  • A bronze-coloured medal for organ playing at Victoria College of Music with blue ribbon and pin.
  • A gold eternity ring with ruby and emerald stones.
  • A gold mans ring with a small diamond in the centre.
  • A gold-coloured round faced watch with a black leather strap.

Anyone with information on the burglary, or who is offered such items for sale at a knockdown price, is asked to contact DC Simon Chawner at Staffordshire Police on 101, quoting incident number 707 of October 15.

If you come across the medication please take it to your nearest pharmacy or police station.

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