Police seek information on Unlawful entries in Katherine 10 January

Northern Territory Police are urgently seeking information from the public regarding unlawful entries that occurred earlier this morning at the Katherine Wurli Health Services and Katherine Veterinary Clinic.

About 2:30am, unknown offenders forcibly entered both the premises, located on Second Street, Katherine.

During the break-ins, the offenders stole various items, including a quantity of Fentanyl and Ketamine from the facilities.

Three persons of interest were last seen heading across the Katherine Bridge, traveling north along the Stuart Highway at around 3:30am.

Police are appealing to any witnesses or individuals with information related to the incident to come forward and assist in the investigation. Please contact police on 131444 or provide you can provide anonymous information to Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

It is crucial for members of the community to be aware that the stolen drugs, particularly Fentanyl, pose an extreme danger. Fentanyl is designed to be absorbed into the body through various means, including transdermal transmission (through the skin). If you suspect you have come into contact with these substances, dial 000 immediately and seek immediate medical attention.

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