Police investigate spiked drinks
Police were investigating reports yesterday that women have had their drinks spiked in bars.
Now officers have appealed for public assistance after social-media postings suggested that “foreign substances” had been slipped into women’s drinks.
A spokesman said that “any information was welcome, and persons with details identifying victims, suspects and locations” should contact Detective Inspector Mark Clarke at the Vulnerable Persons Unit on 247-1739, by e-mail at email@example.com, or call the Crime Stoppers hotline at 800-8477.
The spokesman added: “It should be noted that to date there have been no reports of this nature recently submitted to the police.”
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