20/10/2021

L'Derry Police Appeal For Information On Alleged Drink Spiking Incidents

Police in L'Derry have said they want to hear from anyone who believes that their drink could have been spiked while out in the city centre last weekend.

The appeal has been issued after a teenage girl reportedly had her drink spiked while out on Foyle Street last Saturday.

Police have said that the girl was taken to hospital by ambulance.
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It is understood that a number of people posted to social media believing that their drinks may have been spiked.

Anyone who was out in L'Derry and believes that their drink may have been spiked is urged to contact police.


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