Drugs which could be deadly to humans were stolen from a car in Malpas last weekend.
Cheshire police are investigating after the Honda, which belonged to an out-of-town vet, was broken into on Old Hall Street at about 3am on Sunday (August 18).
Thieves smashed the car window and stole a black, single strap Fiorelli material bag labelled ‘Vets Kit’ which contained a variety of drugs mainly used on horses.
More than 100ml of drugs, including ketamine and soumulose, used to put horses down, were taken in the raid and police are now warning members of the public to be aware that the drugs have been discarded.
PC Anthony Owens said: “All the drugs are dangerous but some can be lethal if consumed by humans.
“We would urgently request the offender lets police know where the drugs are and does not dump them for someone to find.
“People could be put at serious risk if these were found by chance, so if the bag or any of its contents are found please contact Cheshire police immediately on 101, quoting incident 345 of August 18 2013, or Chester Proactive Policing Team on 01606 36 6155.”