Theft of medication sparks police plea

Police are keen to speak to two people seen in the area at the time
Police are keen to speak to two people seen in the area at the time
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Medical supplies worth a three-figure sum have been stolen from a garden.

Police are appealing for witnesses after the boxes were taken from outside a house in Miller Cresent, Bo’ness, around noon on Friday.

The items stolen included 12 boxes of insulin pen needles with either green, pink or blue lids and ‘BD Micro Fine’ written on them

Aslo taken were safety syringes and dummy insulin pens, both with ‘BD’ written on the box

Police are keen to speak with a man and a woman, who appeared to foreign, pushing a pram and delivering Save the Children charity bags through doors.

The man is quite short and was wearing a skip hat and a black jacket.

The female is 5ft 1in tall, of slim build with brown hair above her shoulders. She was wearing a white top under a short sleeve t-shirt.

Anyone with information can contact Central Scotland Police on (01786) 456000 or information can be given anonymously to Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.