Police in Northumberland are appealing for anyone who finds lost medication to contact police straight away.
Officers are also warning of the dangers of taking medication which is not prescribed to them after the loss of Insulin was reported police at 4.26pm on Monday, June 8.
The medication was inside a bag that was lost in the Market Place or Ford Drive areas of Blyth on Sunday, June 7.
The Insulin is in the form of a clearly marked box which contains two packets of cartridges, marked ‘Humulin 3ml’. There was also 100 needles and an injecting pen.
Police are appealing for anyone who has found this medication, or may know the location of it, to hand it in to police.
Officers are also warning of the dangers the medication could pose, and anyone who finds this medication should contact police straight away.
Anyone with information is asked to contact police on 101 ext 69191 quoting reference number 842 08/06/15.