Owners of an equine clinic in Llanymynech, which was broken into on Saturday morning, have released more details about the burglary, including CCTV.

Lower House Equine Clinic, in Plas Cerrig Lane, was broken into at around 5am on Saturday morning with West Mercia Police issuing a warning to the public regarding a quantity of medication stolen.

This included vials of Ketamine (brand name of Ketamador), diazepam, morphine, Somulose, Atropine and adrenaline.

The clinic also posted on Facebook, saying: "The adjoining livery yard was also targeted with 20 saddles and various items of other tack taken, leaving 11 liveries devastated and unable to ride their horses."

They are have also released CCTV images of what appears to be three people walking through the yard.

Nigel Morgan stating: "We are urging members of the public to be vigilant following the burglary this morning.

"The items that were taken are intended for livestock only and could potentially be fatal if consumed by humans.

"Our Safer Neighbourhood Team will be patrolling in the area but we would advise anyone who comes across the vials or any boxes of medication to hand them in to their local police station immediately where they can safely be destroyed."

Anyone with information or who locates any of the medication is asked to call 101 quoting incident 158S of August 3.