Prescription pain medication has been reported stolen from Good Samaritan Hospital for the second time in four months.
The drugs were stolen between late January 18th and early the next day from an unlocked ambulance.
A Kearney Police Department incident report says the drugs include ten milligrams of morphine, ten milligrams of Valium, and 50 milligrams of Demerol.
In September, 150 milligrams of Demerol and 30 milligrams of morphine were reported stolen from two ambulances parked in the garage of the hospital.
The hospital says the drugs stolen earlier this month were in previously filled syringes.
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