Bradford Theft Has Police Warning Of Methadone Effects

Drug Stolen From Parked Car Overnight

South Simcoe Police are sounding the alarm after some methadone was stolen from a car in Bradford. The car owner called police yesterday morning when she discovered her supply of methadone was stolen from her vehicle overnight. The car was parked on Gordon Court, and the methadone was in a grey lock box, with two locks, behind the front seat of her car. Methadone is a synthetic analgesic drug, much like morphine in its effect, but in the wrong hands can cause serious bodily harm or even death. Methadone can cause life-threatening heart problems, headaches, or severe dizziness; definitely not something you want to mess with. Call South Simcoe Police if you have any information, or if you know where the drugs can be retrieved.