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Drugs, bear rugs swiped from home

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An apparent thief broke into a St. Boniface home this week, making off with a pile of painkillers and some furry, but dead, friends.

The break-in occured in the 400 block of De La Morenie Street some time between Wednesday and Thursday, police said in a release.

Once inside the house, an unknown number of suspects made off with 300 Tylenol 3 pills and 300 Oxycocet pills. The suspects also decided to swipe two black bear rugs and four taxidermied animals: a silver fox, red fox, fisher and martin.

Police noted that it can be dangerous to take large quantities of Tylenol 3 or Oxycocet, especially in combination with other drugs or alcohol.

Anyone with information about the theft is urged to call CrimeStoppers at 204-786-8477.

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