Police searching for bag filled with deadly drugs

A bag full of several types of dangerous medications vanished without a trace from a medical vehicle in the capital region. Police in northern Zealand have no clues in the case of the missing red bag that they say is filled with drugs and that could have been missing for several days. The last time anyone noticed the bag was on Monday at about 6pm. The bag is described as red with a yellow handle and a yellow stripe and the word Pax printed in black and red lettering. Police are not sure that the bag has been stolen and would not rule out the possibility that it had somehow been misplaced. Several of the medications in the bag could be deadly. – DR News





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