UNF Student's Medication Stolen
Student Left Door Open; Says Someone Stole Amphetamines
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Police are working to track down the person who stole a University of North Florida student's prescription medication Monday night.
The student told police he had left his dorm room door unlocked, and when he arrived back to his room, the prescription medication bottle he normally keeps in his dresser drawer was on top of his dresser and the bottle was empty.
The student told police he had about 40 amphetamine salts 10 mg tablets in the bottle. Amphetamine salts is the generic medicine form of Adderall, which is used to treat those with Attention Deficit Disorder.
The student told police his iPod and iPod cord were also missing from his desk.
Police are still investigating.
Police said Adderall theft is very popular around final exam time.
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