Drugs stolen from ambulance outside Bradford hospital

Police are warning that drugs stolen from an ambulance on Saturday could be harmful.

The drugs were taken from an ambulance parked outside the accident and emergency department at Bradford Royal Infirmary between 5.25am and 5.49am.

They included adrenaline, diazapam, tramadol and atropine and salbutamol.

Police are warning that the drugs are potentially harmful to anyone taking then without proper medical supervision.

Anyone who witnessed the theft or who has any information that could help officers is asked to contact the volume crime management unit via 0845 6060606 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.