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Lost Medication- Bootle/Crosby

Merseyside Police is appealing for the public to be cautious after prescription medication was reported to have been lost on Saturday (8 July 2017) between Bootle and Crosby.

Officers received a report that a sports bag had been left on the number 53 Arriva bus between Bootle New Strand and Moor Lane, Crosby containing clothing and medication.

The medication comprised pregabalin (300mg), carbamazepine (200mg), flupentixol (0.5mg), omeprazole (20mg) and zopiclone (7.5mg).

Officers are reminding people that taking any medication which has not been prescribed for them can be dangerous and, in some circumstances, can prove fatal.

Anyone who finds any of the medication is asked to hand it in to any pharmacy or police station or call officers on the 101 number.

Next of Kin Appeal for Southport Woman

Sefton Coroners Office is asking for the family of Margaret Reymueller to come forward.

Ms Reymueller,, 89, of Manchester Road in Southport passed away on Sunday, 25 June.

There were no suspicious circumstances.

Anyone who can help the coroner identify and trace Ms Reymueller’s next of kin, should call 0151 777 3422 or email Sefton.Coroners.Office@merseyside.pnn.police.uk.

Next of Kin- Brian Wright

Sefton Coroner’s Office is appealing for the family of a man who died in Southport to come forward.

Brian A Wright, 53, who lived in Castle Walk, Southport died at home on Saturday, 24 June 2017.

There are no suspicious circumstances surrounding his death.

Anyone who can help the Coroner identify and trace his next of kin should call 0151 777 3422 or email Sefton.Coroners.Office@merseyside.pnn.police.uk.

Appeal for Witnesses After Road Traffic Collision in Bootle

Merseyside Police are appealing for information after a woman and her four-year-old daughter were seriously injured in a road traffic collision in Bootle.

Emergency services were called shortly after 7pm on Tuesday, 20 June, to Balliol  Road at the junction of Oriel Road in Bootle, after the collision which involved a white Ford Focus which was travelling towards Stanley Road.

The girl suffered serious head injuries and is currently described as stable at Alder Hey Children’s Hospital.  Her mother also suffered head injuries and was taken to Aintree Hospital.

The driver of the Ford Focus stopped at the scene and is assisting officers with their investigation.

Officers from the Roads Policing Unit are asking anyone who witnessed the collision or who may have seen the white Ford Focus prior to the collision, to contact them by calling 101 and quoting reference number 0517152595 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111

Missing from home- Craig Stewart, Aged 14, From Bootle

Merseyside Police is becoming increasingly concerned for the whereabouts of a 14-year-old boy from Bootle who has been missing since May.

Craig Stewart was last seen at his home address in Church Walk around 10am on Sunday, 21 May and extensive enquiries have been carried out to locate him safe and well.

He is described as white, 5ft 5in tall, of slim build, with shoulder length wavy blonde hair, a Liverpool accent, and a fair complexion.

When last seen, Craig was wearing a blue jacket, black jogging bottoms and blue trainers. He is known to frequent the Bootle and Seaforth areas of Sefton.

Officers would urge Craig or anyone who has seen him since Sunday, 21 May to contact 101 or the Missing People Charity on 116 000.

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