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Drugs stolen from vet's practice

Prescription drugs for animals have been stolen from a veterinary practice in Surrey.

The drugs, cash and a charity box were were stolen from Pet Doctors in Manor Road, Tongham, during a break-in overnight on 31 December.

The haul included Valium, ketamine, Domitor and pethidine.

Surrey Police warned that the drugs could be very dangerous in the wrong hands and appealed to the public to help trace them.

Pc Charlie Kendall, Surrey Police drug liaison officer, said: "If you come across them in the street, please contact Surrey Police immediately."

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