Leeds & West Yorkshire

Thieves steal drugs from Bradford ambulance

Thieves who raided a an ambulance outside a hospital have stolen drugs described as "potentially harmful".

West Yorkshire Police said the ambulance had been parked outside the accident and emergency department of Bradford Royal Infirmary.

The thieves carried out an "untidy search" of the vehicle before stealing the quantity of drugs.

They stole adrenaline, diazepam, tramadol, atropine and salbutamol at about 05:25 BST on Saturday.

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